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Name:
Deborah
Email:
rah@iprimus.com.au

2-22-01

Into a small terracotta pot or dish add a few drops of lavender oil and leave out of the children's reach...it leaves a calming vibe in the room especially at sleep time! xoxo

Contact_FullName:
Wendy
Contact_Email:
wyattware@juno.com

2-9-01

Let your child have a few special books that they may read on their bed at naptime. Your Child may read the books, but not play with toys and should be quiet on the bed. These books are special naptime books which they enjoy. For little ones these can be board books. I found mine enjoy a small book which they can easily hold and turn pages. You will find they normally fall asleep quickly and this habit also encourages enjoyment of reading!

ontact_FullName:
Susan Pflug
Contact_Email:
spflug@aol.com

2-9-01

Sleepy (a fingerplay)

Sleepy little head goes nod, nod, nod. (Nod head sleepily) 
Sleepy little eyes go peep, peep, peep. (Open and close fingers in front of eyes) 
Sleepy little mouth goes yawn, yawn, yawn. (Pat mouth with hand as you yawn) 
Sleepy boys and girls go fast asleep. (Close eyes and lean cheek on hands)

Susan Pflug c2000

 

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