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Mindfulness Bedtime Pack

Our Mindful Bedtime Book features 16 pages of mindful activities and exercises to help your little ones wind down before bedtime.

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Our Mindful Bedtime Book features 16 pages of mindful activities and exercises to help your little ones wind down before bedtime. With activities to help ease worries, breathing exercises, guided meditation, bedtime themed colouring sheets and more.

This resource supports and enhances a good bedtime routine and encourages good sleep practises.

Here's a snapshot of what's in our Mindful Bedtime Pack:

The Sleepy Seahorse - a tried and tested guided meditation to help your little one relax and go to sleep.

Daily Wind-down Diary - help children to reflect on their day and let out anything that's on their mind.

Sleepy Spell - a fun, relaxing and sensory activity to help children relax before bed.

My Sleepy Doodles - a fun way to let go of anything that could be bothering your children before bed.

Dream Download - experience the mindful practise of dream tracking and set the stage to encourage positive dreaming.

Sleep Tracker - track their sleep and spot patterns to see which days lead to better sleep.

Sleep Scale - track the quality of sleep by colouring in our night owls.

Book Review Worksheet - a familiarity task to help ease anxiety by focussing on one book each week.

Bedtime Breather - a perfect and relaxing breathing exercise to do in bed. Just grab their favourite teddy!

Bedtime Babble - a self-reflection exercise to generate chats and snuggles before bed.

Affirmation Colouring - practise the mindful art of colouring with our bedtime themed sheets.

This pack may be useful for you if your child:

Struggles to wind down before bed.
Struggles to sleep through the night.
Has anxious thoughts that keep them awake at night.
Experiences bad dreams or night terrors.
Experiences periods of anxiety or hyperactivity before bedtime.
Is scared of monsters/going to sleep.