I didn't have a good imagination when I was a child so maybe this is why I loved this book so much. I was extremely shy and was afraid of people making fun of me and my ideas so I was the type that would just go along with what other people's ideas and imaginations were. Sad, I know, but it's ok because now that I have my own children I have made every effort I can to encourage their creativity and imagination.
So after reading the book (Daddy actually took a turn reading this story so it was super fun!), we talked about how if we took the moon for a walk, where would we want to take him. And then we made a cute illustration about it using a yellow cut-out circle of the moon.
Materials you will need:
- white sheet of construction paper
- yellow sheet of construction paper
- large cup to draw a circle for the moon
- glue stick
- black marker
1. Put your large cup upside down on the yellow sheet of construction paper and use your pencil to trace the outline of the circle to make the moon. (I used an old subway cup I had, it seemed the perfect size)
3. While your child is cutting out the yellow circle, take the white sheet of construction paper and write at the top "If I took the moon for a walk, we would ____________________" and have your child finish the sentence while you write down exactly what they say.
6. Now just finish illustrating the scene with crayons based on what you and the moon will be doing and it is finished!