Bedtime Meditation

Bedtime Meditation
Bedtime Meditation
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Bedtime stories are a tale told to a child during the evening they fall into bed. Telling a bedtime story each night is always an interest to kids and parents. It has been proven that reading bedtime stories to your child every night strengthens the reading and vocabulary skills. Tonight, read a fun bedtime story for children!

Reading a child's bedtime stories each evening promotes positive sleeping habits. It builds upon skills in comprehension, vocabulary capacity, and creativity. It calms a busy child and focuses their minds in a beautiful and enjoyable fantasy world. The bedtime tale is the perfect way to finish the day of the child and bring them through a beautiful night of rest. As children enter the upper-elementary grades, the expectations for reading rise, but one-on-one reading guidance for qualified readers is not. Hearing you reading more specialized books highlights the techniques that can support them in education. In language, you read out aloud. Pause to punctuate. You raise your voice and lower it in harmony with the play. This will help your children fall asleep fast and calmly.

This book has a beautiful blend of all sorts of adventurous, intriguing, fantasy, and fable stories. You will get to read:

  • An Introduction to Bedtime stories
  • Benefits of bedtime stories
  • Bedtime Fables for kids
  • Meditation stories for kids
  • Fairy tales for kids
  • Adventure Stories for kids

Now, in order to read these amazing tales to your kid, you ought to buy this masterpiece.

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  • ISBN/Varenr: 9781802268195
  • Utgivelsesdato: 27.10.2021
  • Utgivelsesår: 2021
  • Forlag: Christian Massa
  • Innbinding: Heftet
  • Serie: Bedtime Stories
  • Nummer i serien: 2
  • Språk: Engelsk
  • Personer: Smith, Anna
  • Litteraturtype: Skjønnlitteratur
  • Emne: Children's Books/All Ages
  • Målgruppe: Barn/ungdom
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  • Illustrert: Nei
  • Sider: 64