Crazy Cereal™ Electronic Game from Educational Insights is a Huge Hit! #Review & #Giveaway @ed_insights #EducationalInsights

Crazy Cereal

This is seriously one of the funnest games we’ve even played! Even I enjoyed it and I’m not a huge game player (shhhhh don’t tell my kids). Crazy Cereal is fun, educational and will get lots of laughs out of your little ones!

I think there are many reasons my kids like Crazy Cereal so much. First of all, they love cereal! I mean, who doesn’t? Especially the bright, colorful fun kind! My one year old was instantly all over these thinking they were real and tried to eat them! There is a warning that this is not for children three years and under due to the choking hazard. Jax definitely puts that to the test so we have to play at a high table or during nap time.

I think the main appeal is the light up, fun spoon. Everyone loves things that light up!


Paige played with her Nana who was visiting us. Paige is five and I was able to read the simple instructions to her once and she got it right away.


The game is pretty simple. There’s a bowl of cereal in the middle and you have to use your spoon to collect cereal and whoever has the most at the end wins! The spoon flashes different colors and you can only collect the color that is lit up. If you aren’t fast enough the color will change on you before you are ready!

The only time you can get more than one is in “crazy mode” where the spoon starts flashing all different colors. Then you can collect two at a time!


This is a fun game that keeps you thinking fast and moving fast! It promotes great motor skills in the little ones and helps work on their colors, hand/eye coordination and counting. I have found with other companies that sometimes these funner, electronic games are of lesser quality. These, however, are nice thick spoons that won’t break and equally strong bowls and cereal pieces.


As a mom, I like all the educational things about it and that they have fun doing it. And yes, I admit, I like that there’s only two players at a time so when both my older kids play, mom can’t! I know, it’s terrible. I admit it! It’s a fun game and all but mommy has things to do!

My kids love to play Crazy Cereal and I don’t think a day has gone by the past few weeks that they haven’t requested to play it!




Product Description

The Big Idea:
It’s a showdown in a bowl! Grab a spoon and watch as it magically changes color. Then, dig into the cereal-serving bowl and scoop up pieces of that color. Cross your fingers for a color flash free-for-all and collect two pieces at a time. During this all-play game, quickly collect the most cereal pieces to win!

Shh…They’re Learning!
Practices color recognition
Builds fine motor skills
Develops hand-eye coordination
Promotes sportsmanship and social skills
Cut to the Chase:
A fast-paced preschool color-matching game where 2 players compete for the most cereal pieces
Game components can also be used for pretend play
Quick, fun game that takes less than 5 minutes to play—once you’re done, battle again!
Requires 2 AAA batteries (not included)
For 2 players

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The IE Mommy

The IE Mommy

I am a stay at home mom of three; ages 7, 6 and 1! I love doing product reviews and finding the best things to use for my family. Reading and writing have always been my passions so this allows me to incorporate them with the things that mean the most to me!
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  1. Some great photographs in this article. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Janet W. says:

    I’d love to get the

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  3. Natalie Brown says:

    I would certainly like to have their Raccoon Rumpus game for my 2 1/2 year old grandson. So much fun & learning at the same time!

  4. Cassandra Eastman says:

    I would love the Shelby’s Snack Shack Game for my kids!

  5. terry maigi says:

    Blurt looks fun!

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