Write it down and dream it up cuz the Dream Pillow is a new bedtime tool that helps kids dream good dreams. The Dream Pillow was created by 7 year old Harper Miller to help kids dream good dreams after her brother used to have nightmares. This special pillow teaches kids the power of positive thinking while they create fun silly and adventurous dreams to visualize --- and visualization before bedtime has shown to be a good technique for putting an end to bad dreams.
The way this pillow works is by having kids read the Dream Pillow Story Book about a little girl who used to have bad dreams, but now has good dreams. Then, kids write down their dreams on the Dream Pillow note cards and place the note cards inside the dream pillow. Each dream set includes the Dream Pillow made of all natural one hundred percent cotton, the Dream Pillow storybook and 60 Dream Pillow blank note cards.
With the pillow's mantra, write it down dream it up, the Dream Pillow is a unique idea for kids. This pillow comes with a really cute ownership tag inside and makes going to bed fun and encourages kids to craft stories to dream up. Plus, it also is a fun way to help kids get in a good night sleep as well as create a new bedtime ritual. Likewise, there is even an online dream generator to help kids if one gets dreamers block.
The Dream Pillow is recommended for ages 3 and up. It is also recommended for those kids who struggle to fall asleep, stay asleep, or have nightmares. We recommend The Dream Pillow for kids who love crafting up and creating stories as well as for parents who want to help their kids to fall asleep and wake up refreshed or just create a new bedtime ritual.
This pillow is machine washable. That being said, this pillow is made of super soft and fluffy material. Though it's fluffiness might be bothersome to some kids to sleep on.
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