Raccoon Rumpus Preschool Game by Educational Insights

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I’m in such a predicament – I have pretty much fallen in love with everyone of Educational Insights games for preschoolers, including this Raccoon Rumpus preschool game that I am reviewing. I used to have a “favorite”, until I started trying more of the games out – and then they all became my favorite!

Raccoon Rumpus Preschool Game

This cute little game is SO much fun and a totally hands-on way to get your kids learning. The object of the game is to collect 5 costumes – but WATCH OUT! If you get a pair of underwear (eeewwww! my son says) then you’ll lose all of your costumes!

Raccoon Rumpus Preschool Game

So check it out – there are 4 raccoon cards so you can have up to four players. The raccoon’s head is popped out of the top of the card which it pretty cool for tactile and sensory interaction. There is also two dice – one with colors and one with articles of clothing. The idea is is to roll both of the dice and then choose the appropriate matching costume from the costume cards. So if you roll a green and a shirt you need to look for a costume with a green shirt!

Raccoon Rumpus Preschool Game

But remember, don’t roll the underwear!

Raccoon Rumpus Preschool Game

How CUTE is this!? The costume card lays over the top of the raccoon card and the costumes showcase all sorts of various occupations.

Raccoon Rumpus Preschool Game

Here you can see we rolled a purple shirt!

Raccoon Rumpus Preschool Game

This is just the CUTEST game ever and it’s SO simple for even your younger kids to remember the directions. It’s great for teaching kids to not only follow directions but to recognize simple pictures (like shirts and underwear), know their colors, counting, and of course the fine motor skills required to using the dice and moving the cards around. I HIGHLY recommend this game – it is SO cute and so easy to store and for under $10 on sale- it’s a great price too! You can find it at Educational Insights or on Amazon.

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this review. I received a sample in order to use and form my own opinions. All opinions are my own.

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  3. Oh goodness! This is adorable. My 4 yr old would just love to play this!

  4. Michele Moore says:

    My niece would LOVE this game 🙂

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  6. Sylvia White says:

    My Granddaughter would love this

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    I like them on facebook

  8. My wonderful three and four year old students would have a blast playing this!

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  10. I have a two year old who is starting preschool and this would be a great way to help support the life skills he’s learning at home!

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  12. Wild Orchid says:

    I would love to play this with my pre-school age son.

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  14. Kimberly Schotz says:

    I would like to play this with my granddaughter Ryan.

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  16. my students would play with this game

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  20. my granddaughter would love this

  21. My little niece would love this game

  22. Jennifer Jean says:

    My DD, Abby, would love this. 😉

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