The Floppy Sleep Game
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Many children have difficulty falling asleep or often wake up in the middle of the night, unable to get back to sleep. "The Floppy Sleep Game" is a childs relaxation game for a restful sleep. By using progressive relaxation techniques, "The Floppy Sleep Game" is a fun way for children to soothe themselves, and become quiet and calm so they can independently fall asleep.
The Floppy Sleep Game is a unique CD which features:
· amusing songs and instrumentals
· kid-friendly yoga instruction
· creative visualization exercises
· tranquil sounds of nature
For those parents who spin a lullaby CD every night to help their young ones ease into sleep, Patti Teel's The Floppy Sleep Game will be a welcome addition to the bedtime routine. Adamant that this is not a replacement for bedtime stories, Teel is equally convinced that Floppy Sleep will enhance story time with a mixture of song, narrative, and a shake-the-day-out methodology for relaxation. This 20-minute CD is, at first, altogether simple in musical terms, with Teel narrating along (and even coaching that kids should have their jammies on and teeth brushed before listening), then singing, then leading the charge through ambient ocean sounds and other soothing audio excursions. The gist of the game referenced in the CD's title is to have kids involve different parts of their bodies, mentioned in the running narrative, and feel the day's excitements leave the body as the story continues. Teel takes her process directly from yoga exercises, and even a casual adult listen triggers a certain focus on the body and an easing of its tensions. All the while, Floppy Sleep Game is very soft and tender, a sweet way to make the transition from day to night and enter the dream world from a position of relaxation. --Andrew BartlettSee all Editorial Reviews
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I did have her wean off of it so that she wouldn't need it to fall asleep forever, but I still pull it out when she's going through a tough time (death of a grandparent, etc) and it really helps get her through those rough patches.