How Do I Get My Monthly Bedtime Kit?
As soon as you sign up, you’ll get a link to a download for the first Sleepytime Club kit, Heart. You’ll find instructions and a link to a zip file of the bedtime kit which you can view immediately on your tablet or phone with links to all the recorded material. You can print it out for tuck-in time and sync the album as a leave-behind playlist. Each month, you’ll receive an email with a link to a new bedtime kit.
What’s The Age Range For Sleepytime Club?
Sleepytime Club is for children who already sleep through the night and is for families with children ages 2-7. You’ll find that in each bedtime kit, there are vocabulary and concepts that can be enjoyed by older children as well. There’s nothing “toddler-ish” in the content.
What If I Have More Than One Child?
I know – who has the time for 20 minutes at bedtime for each child? Share the stories and activities in the monthly bedtime kit together as a family. Older siblings will probably enjoy being the “leader” when it comes to reading the Sleepytime Club books. It’s a little like a mini-Bedtime Treasury, but without getting overwhelmed with choices. If your children need their own special time, you can say a quick prayer or poem or a “thank you” from the day. You may make as many copies of the accompanying album and leave them behind in each child’s room.
What If My Child Wants More Than 20 Minutes?
The question really is: do you have the energy for more than 20 minutes? One of the benefits of Sleepytime Club is the bedtime routine is down! Sleepytime Club is a little like eating for nutrient density – that 20 minutes will be well spent. You’ll have confidence that your children are being exposed to stories, poems, mindfulness, and other quiet activities that are formational. After a little while, your children will enrich the experience with their own additions to the stories, encouraging inquisitive thinking.
I Can Barely Make It Through Dinner And Get The Kids To Brush Their Teeth. Is Sleepytime Club For Me?
Yes! It’s perfect for every family because it sets up bedtime boundaries. If all you can do is read a short poem from the monthly bedtime kit and leave behind the album, you’re taking one step closer to establishing a bedtime routine that works. Then there’s the boundary of the leave-behind album – also known as “curtain call insurance”! You’re guaranteed at least 20 minutes of alone time for yourself.
How Do I Cancel?
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and your membership will be cancelled within 24 hours.
I Love Sleepytime Club! How Can I Share It With Friends?
So delighted that Sleepytime Club is making a difference in your family’s bedtime routine! You can just share the good news on your own or share the good news and make some money by becoming a Sleepytime Club affiliate. Affiliates get 50% of every sale. You can apply at this link or if you have any questions, contact Brook at email@example.com
Who Creates Sleepytime Club?
Sleepytime Club is written and recorded by Brook Packard. For more about Brook, go to the About Page.
Em Grosland (illustrator) is an artist, performer, and activist. In addition to his work in children’s illustration, he also works as a freelance graphic designer creating logos, websites, and more. Em is also a New York based actor and singer and often marries these two careers as a designer specially suited to create marketing materials for fellow actors, casting directors, and creatives. You can see his work at EmGrosland.com
Pat Bianculli (guitar + arrangements) performs with his wife Kathy McDonald. Their site is here.