|User||Rating||Min. Age||Adults Too||Comment
|amcbeth||8||2||No ||My two-year-old requested this constantly. We like the different modes of play. A good way to learn to take turns.
|artfuldodge2||7||2||No ||Goodnight Moon is one of the most popular children's stories around. As such, very young children will immediately identify with the images and artwork (directly from the book). The memory aspect of the game is important developmentally for children, and they are motivated by the familiar imagary.
My daughter got extended plays out of this game because of the multiple play options. When one is exhausted, you can play it a different way.
Excellent game for the two and three year olds. By the time my daughter was four, we were done with it. But for the time period we played - she had a blast.
|SiddGames||7||2||No ||Although this is just a memory and matching game, I feel like it is a good value because you can play several different ways with this one set. There are player boards that contain images plus large square tiles with the matching images. This lets the youngest of children start playing by just matching the images to the boards, an easier skill than playing memory. Another added value is that the boards are color on one side and in black-and-white on the other; playing with the black-and-white version is more challenging for children because they can't use color to help match the images. Finally, there is a large single board depicting the room, which requires players to scan the entire board for the item matching their tile.
My 2-year-old is a fan of the book and becomes fully engaged every time we get the boardgame out. Initially he just liked playing with the tiles, but it was very enjoyable watching him learn to match the images as he got a little older. He is 28 months old now and I think he'll be able to start playing the memory game soon.
For 2-3 year olds, I think this game is great.
|sheylon||5||2||No ||A memory game so it is a good one for very young kids and the book is a wonderful experience but there isn't much innovative or special about it.