Raccoon Rumpus is a memory and
matching game manufactured by at Educational
Located in Southern California,
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toys that are playful with a serious educational value.
Their products are designed by seasoned educators
and parents who understand that for children
learning should be made fun. The playful products
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Raccoon Rumpus is a very cute
little matching game, that helps children with memorizing,
and colors. These little critters want to be dressed up. It's
a 2-4 player game for grades Pre K +.
The players take turns rolling two jumbo dice, a colored die,
and a costume die, they then search the costume cards for
a match. The matching costume gets placed on the players
raccoon. Gotta watch out for those underwear though,
getting those will cause player to lose all of their costumes.Rolling a rainbow means player gets a costume of their
choice. The first player to get five costumes wins the game.
The creator of these cute little raccoons,
is Kim Vandenbroucke,who is the owner of a game
consulting firm Brainy Chick Inc. When Kims not inventing
games, she is busy playing volleyball. One of the costumes
in Raccoon Rumpus was even modeled after one of her
Our children really enjoy playing this
game. Its a new twist to some of their other memory and matching
games. They find it super funny when one of them rolls the
"undies" as they call them. I'm really fond of Educational
Insights toys and games because the children are having fun,
they don't even realize their working their brains!
Their toys are just a brilliant approach to education.
Leah especially loves this game. I knew the animals would be a big hit but adding the self confidence is a big added plus! She'll ask for Raccoon Rumpus time after time and she is not very happy when her brother or sister want a turn picking a game, luckily this doesn't happen often as they really like Raccoon Rumpus too!
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