This post was sponsored by Orajel™. All opinions and text are my own.
Shortly after my boys were born, I started reading them bedtime stories. Some might think that reading a newborn bedtime stories is a waste of time, but that time spent bonding with my sweet babies was always my favorite time of day. Plus, I am a firm believer that reading bedtime stories helps babies and kids get into a bedtime routine that will help them to sleep better and act better during the day. We have always used bedtime stories as part of our nighttime routine.
Brush, Book, Bed: Bedtime Routine
Scholastic and Orajel™ are teaming up to encourage parents to make reading out loud to their children and brushing their teeth part of their families’ bedtime routines.
Scholastic.com/read2me contains tons of resources to encourage parents to read to their kids, including an ebook The Three Bees, the 100 Best Read Along Books, and articles from Scholastic Parents.
In The Three Bees, kids learn about the three “B’s” that help a family of Bees get up early to find the best spring flowers. By using the three “B’s” at bedtime, “Brush, Book, Bed”, kids can get into healthy routines that will help them sleep better and feel better during the day. This is especially important once kids start school!
You can also enter the Read2Me Tonight Challenge by taking a photo or video of you reading out loud to your children as part of their bedtime routine for a chance to win all 100 Best Read-Aloud Books and a PAW Patrol™ “Brushers Bundle” from Orajel™. If you share your entry to social media, you earn an extra chance to win!
Books have always been an important part of my life and I have worked really hard to help my boys to love reading. I love that now that I have older boys, they get involved with reading to their youngest brother as well. They are always asking if they can read him just one more story before bed. It is a great bonding time for them as well.
Make sure to enter the Read2Me Tonight Challenge for your chance to win some amazing books to add to your library.
Do you have a bedtime routine for your child?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of ORAJEL. The opinions and text are all mine.
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