Family Fun While Playing Raccoon Rumpus (Review & Giveaway)


I wrote this post on behalf of Educational Insights. I received Raccon Rumpus in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.


My family enjoys playing games together. It is a time of not just fun but it’s a time of making memories. With five children ranging from eight years to four months sometimes playing games as a family can be kind of tricky. With littler ones we try to include them as much as possible so they are part of the fun as well. So I try to choose games that the WHOLE family can enjoy!

I like  Educational Insights as a homeschooler and as a mom because they offer games that can be played, enjoyed while learning at the same time for littler children as well as older children to play. One of those games is Raccoon Rumpus.
raccoon rumpus
This game is so up my kids alley! The raccoon’s have raided your closet and now they’re having a party.  The object of the came is to help these masked bandits get dressed. Whoever collects the most costumes wins!
Includes 4 raccoon cards, 20 costume cards, 1 jumbo color die, 1 jumbo costume die, and game guide. 2-4 players.

My kids LOVE this game! My daughter the little diva likes to dress her raccoon up in the girly outfits while my boys gladly leave her these costumes while they dress their raccoon’s in boyish attire.  The  kids play dress up all the time using their creativity so playing Raccoon Rumpus was a perfect match for them! When we play this game they do not want to stop playing! We have many games that we play but my kids have gotten bored playing them but not with Raccoon Rumpus. This game is fun for the whole family while teaching colors, matching and memory!
raccoon rumpus played
Recommended for ages preschool and up. Raccoon Rumpus can be purchased directly from Educational Insights for $14.99.

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  1. I have read a lot of good reviews about this game and would love to play it with my boys. Thank you.

  2. Kelly Tillotson says:

    This looks so fun! My 4 year old loves matching type games! If its from Educational Insights its awesome– they have the best stuff

  3. I like that it is a game my boys of different levels can play!

  4. Love this! It sounds like it teaches so much!! Matching, colors, counting…you name it! We plan on homeschooling and this sounds like a definite winner for game nights/days! We have 2 little ones currently and welcome any more that God gives us. This would get many years of use..looks like a good one to add to my Christmas list!

  5. I like that it is something we can play together as a family!

  6. Rebecca Parsons says:

    How cute. I like that the game makes them learn how to match and how to play with others.

  7. I love that its educational!

  8. I love the graphics! Such a cute game!

  9. I love how my grandsons can play together and that it’s a matching game!

  10. Michelle Frame says:

    I like that it teaches memory. It looks like a fun and easy game to play.

  11. I like that it teaches colors, matching and memory!

  12. I like that all my kids can play this together.

  13. I like that this is game to help kids work on their memories.

  14. Cassandra Eastman says:

    I love that it takes creativity and helps there memory! My son would have so much fun with this game!

  15. I like that this game is cooperative and kids can play for fun without the competition.

  16. Fun review and pics!
    Would totally enter if I was in the U.S.

  17. Looks like some good, clean competitive fun! I’ll have to enter.

  18. Looks like a great game! Thanks for sharing.

  19. that game looks so fun!

  20. Games that teach are wonderful! A two in one deal!

  21. I love that the game is very educational without coming off as anything but fun!


  22. I love that it combines learning with fun.
    My granddaughter loves match games so this would be perfect for her.

  23. I like that it is a dress up game for both girls and boys. I think it would be a great game for my 5 & 6 yr old niece and nephew to play.

  24. I like that it is a matching game.

  25. It is a cute game. I love the dress up features for both boys and girls.

  26. I love how simple the game is. My 2 1/2 and 5 year old daughters will have a blast playing this. 🙂

  27. Debbie @ says:

    I like that it teaches colors, memory, etc. while they are playing! It’s a cute game!

  28. I like that all ages can play with it.

  29. It sounds perfect for my 3 year old son. I love that it teaches matching and makes it fun.

  30. Brandy Davis says:

    The educational value won me over : )

  31. Julie Lynn Bickham says:

    I like that its a fun game for my daughters age group, it looks like it can keep her focused.

  32. I like that it involves dress-up, my grandson loves to play dress-up

  33. I looks like a lot of fun and a game they could get along playing.

  34. Games that you play for fun are great, but games that are educational are FANTASTIC. I love that this game has no reading involved so it’s great for both young and old.

  35. Julia Cosgrove says:

    Looks great for both my boys. Educational and fun.

  36. Nicole Sender says:

    I think this is a really cute game. Dressing the ” raccoons” sounds like a lot of fun.

  37. I like the kids are learning and having fun!

  38. I’m so thrilled that you and your family enjoyed this game; nothing makes an inventor happier!!! Thanks for the wonderful review.

  39. Christina Marie says:

    What I like best about the game is that it is so unique. Thanks for the giveaway!

  40. Christian Alejandro says:

    I like how well designed it is.

  41. My son will get to be creative while playing 🙂

  42. Tanya White says:

    I love how it is educational and fun at the same time.

  43. Honestly, I love that it’s raccoons – my husband thinks raccoons are the cutest things ever, and our 6 month old son has all kinds of raccoon-themed clothes and toys. This would fit right in!

  44. Laura Unger says:

    I love that it teaches several things and my kids can play it together!

  45. Paula Tavernie says:

    I love that its for multiple players at different ages! We can all play!!

  46. Shea Balentine says:

    I love the costumes and that it’s great for all ages! =)

  47. kathy pease says:

    I like that it builds your memory and looks fun to play

  48. I love that it is a game my daughter and son would enjoy playing together! I also think they would love how cute the raccoon is.

  49. My kids LOVE matching games, but Memory is definitely getting old. This looks so cute!

  50. Colleen W says:

    I like that it is for 2-4 players. So a couple of kids or all of them can play it together.

  51. I like that it looks like something the whole family will enjoy!

  52. Kellie Conklin says:

    I love how the raccoons’ heads are 3D which make it so much more engaging and that it teaches memory while being fun at the same time! Such a neat game, thanks!

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