Read this list about the ways to tell children goodnight, and you sleep better as well.
Children are born talkers. They can talk about anything you'd like to hear about. Why not ask them about what their future dreams are all about. Let them talk until they feel tired, and drift off to sleep as if they've just told you a magnificent story, which is mentioned in step 3.
Most children love a great made up, or true story, that their parents or childcare provider have told them before bedtime. Show the children in your life how great imaginations tell a great story. Show them a loving goodnight, by putting all your loving care into it, and then they'll sleep with the sandman good each night, because, a great story has been told by you. All favorite stories are in their hearts forever once told.
One great way to end the night is to let the children do the story telling as well. Their stories should be filled with lots of adventure that will go on and on. Their minds are great and full of spooky stories, that may just have their listeners feeling they're hiding under a blanket with a flashlight on, and somebody is going to scare them from outside the tent in any given moment. They have many other types of stories to share with their loved ones if just given a chance.
Everyone knows that the most old fashion way of saying goodnight is by an old fashion tuck me in bed favorite method. It still is a favorite today. Older children don't like to admit they still liked to be tucked in, but they probably do. Parents and childcare providers must try to slyly talk, and joke around until they hardly know they have been lovingly tucked in.
Last but not least should be kissing and hugging these children with a true heart. Children as well as adults respond to gestures of love, especially at the end of the day, which feels all nice and peaceful, and full of love.
Remember children are just little people, that are sometimes scared of the dark' however by remembering these tips, bedtime will become a can't wait time to end each day.
And you should always encourage your children to not worry about the monster under the bed...everyone knows there are no monsters under the bed...they hide in the closet! :) On a more serious note, we love to pray with the kids too!
Your list is a wonderful one for children and parents or guardians. If there were more than h5 I would award that here.Thank you for this!
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