GIVEAWAY: Munchin’ Monkey Family Game

Munchin’ Monkey

Munchin’ Monkey from Ideal is a family fun eating, swinging, nappy splitting monkey game.

Feed Charlie the Monkey, and whatever you roll on the dice whether its coconut or water and watch his nappy bulge when he eats to much…

Be the first to burst Charlie’s nappy and YOU WIN!Charlie the Monkey

Contents of Munchin’ Monkey Box

Charlie the monkey hanging on his tree

feeding spoon & bowl

coconuts

Sheets for his nappy

Stickers to apply on dice and monkey eyes

How to Play Munchin’ Monkey

First you need to roll the dice, and play according to what is presented:

A BROWN COCONUT
Use the spoon and feed Charlie a coconut. Yum Yum.

A WATER DROP
Use the spoon to give Charlie a drink of water. Its thirsty work hanging around.

A WHITE ARROW
Give Charlie a gentle push and watch him swing on the tree.

We inserted his nappy in position and we were set to play.

Let’s get Munchin’

First player up, Logan.

Logan rolled the dice and give Charlie his very first coconut of the game. Taking it in turns we continued rolling the dice and giving Charlie a drink or a coconut, listening to Charlie crunch down made the boys giggle real loud.


With each turn Logan and Jensen got more and more excited to see who would be the first to make Charlie’s nappy split.

OH CHARLIE!
After feeding Charlie lots of coconut and water his nappy finally split making the coconut fall onto the green base.
Jensen’s the winner!

Our Thoughts

We actually really enjoyed playing this game as a family. Watching the boys faces as they lit up with each turn and the noises Charlie made.
The only thing I’d say is the tissue paper rips real easy, so you have to be extra careful when you are putting it onto Charlie’s legs.

Munchin’ Monkey is available on the Amazon website, Smyths and all good toy stockists

This would make a perfect present for Christmas – yes it’s getting that time of year again!

Mummy E, Logan & Jensen

GIVEAWAY

We would love one of readers to win a Munchin’ Monkey Game of their own.

If you would like a chance to win, then enter our Rafflecopter below!

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Question is ‘What would you feed to Charlie the Monkey and why?’

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168 Thoughts to “GIVEAWAY: Munchin’ Monkey Family Game”

  1. Christina Palmer

    My Grandson says nuts. Because he likes monkey nuts and Charlie is a cheeky monkey

  2. Bryan Murphy

    I would feed him bananas because that’s what monkeys like to eat

  3. My grandsons would love this, they are real cheeky monkeys

  4. Ursula Hunt

    I would feed him walnuts, they are good for you so it would keep him healthy and just a little nutty

  5. Kirsten Barthy

    Coconut and banana with copious amounts of ice cream

  6. Lucy

    Hello, I would feed Charlie some bits of cheese. Thank you for the chance to win.

  7. Jodi Hill

    My daughter said she’d feed him strawberries because they’re her favourite fruit and she said I bet Charlie gets bored of bananas 🙂

  8. Charles Fletcher

    We would feed Charlie bananas because they love them.

  9. Joo Dee

    I would feed him chocolate raisins

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