Monday, November 2, 2015

Montessori Friendly Sleep Books for Toddlers

Oh, daylight savings time. Twice a year, you ruin my life. All the sleep dissolves into a puddle of crankiness and tears. For a parent that already doesn't get much sleep, it's an unwelcomed change. Sigh.

To cope, let's talk about books that talk about sleep. Not that I'm sure these books will actually help my children sleep better, but they're worth a try. Right? Here are some cute, toddler appropriate and Montessori friendly toddler sleep books.



I like these books because they are based on reality with simple words and appealing images. Nora loves Hush, Little Horsie and Baby Faces: Sleep. They are simple, yet beautiful. The calming rhymes aren't half-bad either!

Hopefully, we will all adjust to the new time soon! Until, then I'll be drinking coffee and trying everything to get a little sleep!


Do your kids have a hard time adjusting to the time change? What are your favorite toddler sleep books? 

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6 comments:

  1. Sleeping disorders are quite common with toddlers; in most of the occasion parents are really worried about their toddler's sleeping intervals. Therefore they used to take the help of toys and other products to divert their attention and allow them a good sleep; apart from this here in this article we have found good baby sleep books which contains attractive pictures and beneficial instructions.
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  3. In her new book Raising Your Twins, Stephanie Woo, guardian and specialist of the Montessori technique, examines how guardians can educate their kids in the most punctual ages, even before their first birthdays, eating and sleeping patterns, approaches to keep them self-possessed, and numerous different apparatuses that will help guardians bring up their kids not just to exceed expectations at an early age,

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  5. Great collection. Time for Bed by Mem Fox is great. Im glad you have added that ti this list. This book is the perfect read for small children at bedtime. Careful you don't fall asleep yourself!

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