It is such a gorgeous book, which calms B down page by page, through a series of animal poses and ‘goodnight sounds’. From a sensory processing perspective, I believe this book is a fabulous tool for encouraging B to experience the tactile (deep touch) and proprioceptive (heavy work) sensory input he seems to be seeking to help him calm and focus on preparing for bedtime and sleep.
– working on balance skills,
– listening and following instructions,
– establishing a wonderful routine for your family’s daily rhythm, and
We also have a copy of “Little Yoga: A toddler’s first book of yoga” which the same authors published two years earlier, in 2005. This book is a favourite of Kate from An Everyday Story who has documented some wonderful outcomes of her son practising the yoga regularly here.
But wait! There’s more!…
For more of our bedtime ritual fun, you may like to check out Star Gazing and Possum Hunting…
…or our guest post on the fabulous Housing A Forest website: a fun Nocturnal Possum Small World – in a window sill activity, learning about the night time creatures and offering a temporary indoor possum hunting alternative on stormy, nasty nights!
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