Parents' Guide to

Moon and Me

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 2+

Ultra-mellow, charming preschool series about friendship.

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age 2+

Based on 1 parent review

age 2+

SERIOUSLY! Bedtime story!!!

We (I have 4 year old and 8 months old) love this show for “bedtime show”! It is one of those things that definitely keeps your little one calm and settled down for the night. We watch “Moon and Me” on demand and it’s our “go to” show. End the night well!

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This charming, gentle series offers preschoolers the chance to learn concepts while relating to the young characters, most of whom only speak a few words. The mellow tales which are offered as bedtime stories, are simple to follow, and highlight simple, activities (like dancing, flying in an airplane, and of course, the moon) that children can incorporate into their own imaginative play.

The show's unhurried pace makes the roughly 18-minute episodes feel a bit long at times, but they do include songs, including some sung by crooner Michael Bublé, that break it up a bit. Parents and older kids might tire quickly of the repeated "tiddle toddle", and also may find some of the characters a little creepy, especially the wide-eyed Moon Baby. However, Moon and Me creates a sweet fantasy world that appeals to the very young.

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