(The Original) Sleep Well for Kids Giveaway Opportunity!

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Does your child have trouble going to sleep? Looking for a great way to have them relax and go to sleep quicker? I received a CD titled “Sleep Well for Kids” and really love this because it’s great for kids of all ages but especially those  younger children. It will even put parents to sleep! I love the soothing guided imagery and the relaxing melodies.

Janet Montgomery CH.t. is your guide as she leads you on a leisurely stroll through her neighborhood to a farm, where we are introduced to a variety of “friends” with a simple message of kindness to all animals, and respect for nature as we are relaxed to sleep.  It is that simple, just a qualified guide with a sweet and comforting voice, and some beautiful music to help set the mood.

I like that children are introduced to the basics of breathing, progressive relaxation for their body, and visualization techniques for managing worry and relaxing into a restful sleep. I know my son, even at 11-years-old has a tough time relaxing and falling asleep. I think my favorite thing about this CD is that it does help manage anxiety a bit and worrying. It is very calming!

To listen to clip, please visit thier website,
http://livewellseries.com/sleep/

You can also find on Amazon.com and iTunes.

We have teamed up for a Giveaway! One winner will win the CD! To enter, leave a comment below telling us one of your tips for getting your child to sleep. Deadline to enter is June 4th, 2015 at noon PST. One winner will randomly be selected via Random.org.

Self Disclosure: I received a free CD for review purposes.

Comments

  1. Tammy S says:

    calming music and stories.

  2. I find a consistent bed time helps. But our girls do listen to music at night and I taught my son to count to relax when he was anxious at bedtime. This sounds like a great tool.

  3. Hailey O says:

    story time and calming music seems to help.

  4. Amber Mejia says:

    rub their back or hair

  5. We read a story at bedtime and I lay with my kids a few minutes after we turn off the lights to help calm them down.

  6. Congrats Anne N

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