Sunny and Stormy Day! Book & Game from Peaceable Kingdom and can only be found at Target with an MSRP of $17.99. For ages 3+ you get 3playful activities inside and your box includes one full-color picture book, 24 game tiles, 1 game puzzle, heart pouch with 3 sharing tokens and instructions. Read the book and follow along with Max the hedgehog as he experiences the “sunny” and “stormy” parts of his day. Play the game scenes from Max’s day make up a colorful matching game that simple to play. Using your memory skills, find “sunny” and “stormy” matches from the book before the moon comes up and maxes day is over. Start a family tradition three tokens a son, cloud, and rainbow are the only tools you need to begin talking about the “sunny” and “stormy” parts of your day as a family.
Was created as a way for families to build a daily habit of sharing from the heart. You can do it at bedtime or anytime that works for your family, such as dinner time or when you’re on your way home from school. Find your special time of day when you each can share something that happened to you and how that made you feel. This game has received the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award.
My Opinion: I really enjoyed the game as we all have sunny days and stormy days and you can learn that the sunny days are happy days and stormy days are sad which is great to get your kids to relate to that. I had so much fun playing this game with my nieces and nephews and they had fun with the memory game and then the pouch you put a token and then take it out and express your feelings which is hard for some people to do so if you can teach kids when their young it will be helpful when they become a teenager and an adult.
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