Goodnight Moon

After we finished playing the moon game (a balancing game), J2 requested the Goodnight Moon game. I tried playing it with him before, but he wasn’t up for it. So, this evening when he asked I jumped at the chance to play. Would you believe we’ve never even read the book to him? That’s the trouble with putting all those FIAR books on a shelf! So, I read the book to him a bunch of times and then he was ready to play the game!

He wanted to play the version for 4-6 yr olds where you use the game board and find the object that is on the cards on the board. He LOVED it! I was just starting to think about what Before FIAR book we could do next. I think I’ve found it! I’ll be sure to update on the activities we choose besides this wonderful game.

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  1. says

    Hi! I have been reading your blog for a few weeks now, and I just love it! This is our first week of BFIAR and I enjoy all of the information you post. Thank you! :) Where did you find the Goodnight Moon game? We are rowing this next week. It’s one of my 3 yo’s favorite book.

  2. says

    Hi Amber! Thanks for reading…I got the Goodnight Moon game through Amazon.com. I don’t remember the vendor.You can probably find it locally at a high end toy store.Enjoy!Heather

  3. says

    Heather, howdy!! I have been doing some catching up on all my blogger friends’ posts. (I’ve had to work the past four days.) You have been doing so many cool things the past few days. I would like to have been homeschooled at your house!! ~:-DLynn

  4. says

    wait a second, there's a Goodnight Moon table game? for sure is made for kids, this is a excellent way to impulse the read desire in kids, beside this is of my favorite tales.

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