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Sleep Tight Relax - Calming Bedtime Stories and Meditations

Sleep Tight Relax - Calming Bedtime Stories and Meditations

Author: Sleep Tight Media

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Sleep Tight Relax is a bedtime show for the young and young at heart. We help you and your children prepare to drift calmly off to sleep every week by listening to our mix of dream-inducing bedtime stories, relaxation techniques, calming nature sounds, and soothing music. Created for kids but appropriate for all ages, Sleep Tight Relax makes bedtime quality time by helping busy minds become calm, focused, and relaxed.(Season 2: age 4+)

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The themes of this episode of Mindful Monday include contentment and gratitude, adaptation to change, resilience, and problem-solving. In our story, Jax struggles to fit in after moving to Charlottetown. He discovers an overgrown, forgotten garden in their backyard. With his mother's encouragement, he decides to nurture it, creating his own special place. Through gardening, Jax learns the joy of creativity, nature, and hard work, gaining confidence and a sense of belonging. At the same time, the garden becomes a vibrant, communal space, bringing neighbours and friends together.
This week on Mindful Monday we are talking about being thankful. Sometimes we want things and when we get them we see that someone else has one that is better and more beautiful. Being thankful for what we have and seeing that it is just right for us is part of the story we are looking at. The Better Tree Fort by Jessica Scott Kerrin is a story about a boy names Russell who wants to build a tree fort in the backyard with is dad. His dad says he doesn’t know much about building or tree forts but together they build the perfect tree fort.
Our story takes place in a small town on Prince Edward Island, where young Liam, a boy with lots of energy and a love for hockey, faced his fears and learned valuable lessons about calming his mind. One Sunday, after a long day of playing outside with his father and their dogs, Liam struggled to get to sleep, his mind buzzing with worries about school and the dark. His mother gently guides him through his fears, and he has the best rest ever, even without relying on his lucky stinky socks.
In the story "The Secret Garden" by Francis Hodgson Burnett, a young girl named Mary Lennox lives in India and then moves to a big house in England after her parents pass away. Mary is a bit lonely and not very happy at first, but she starts to feel better when she plays outside and makes a new friend named Dickon who loves animals and plants. Mary finds a secret garden that's been locked for a long time, and she and her friends work together to make the garden beautiful again. As the garden grows and becomes lovely, Mary becomes happier and kinder, just like the garden. This story is best suited for kids 7+ but has been adapted for all ages.
The story occurs in a magical meadow, maybe near you. Goldiepaws, a curious and adventurous golden-coloured cat, longs for adventure beyond her familiar surroundings. She embarks on a journey into the forest and discovers a cottage where she encounters three bowls of stew and three beds, each varying in comfort. After eating from the just-right bowl and resting in the coziest bed, she meets the cottage's owners, a family of kind-hearted Corgis, upon their return.
In this story, Laylie, a young girl who has recently moved to Prince Edward Island, experiences her very first snow day. Accustomed to a warmer climate, she begins her day a little bit scared, unsure of the cold, white blanket that covers her new world. But as the day unfolds, Laylie's fears are melted away by the kindness of new friends and the fun of crunchy snow.
Our story takes place in a magical village that annually hosts the Spooky Day Festival, a time of joy and fright. This year's festivity is a canvas for a story of authenticity and connection. Pippin, a formerly shy pixie, undertakes a journey of self-discovery, inspiring villagers with his tale of self-acceptance. Through him, others are moved to share their stories, changing the festival forever.
A Tale for Halloween is a story about a young boy named Antone and his sister Babette and their life in the woods. They are happy children but their parents wish Antone could go to school. They all work hard to help and one day when Antone is carving Jack-O-Lanterns to sell, Babette decides she would like to have one for her Halloween celebration. They save the biggest pumpkin for their party but when they go out to start the party things don’e go quite as they had planned.
Cam is a shy, quiet lion who lives in Montague, Prince Edward Island. He loves LEGO, blueberry pancakes, and reading books. His school is having their annual Show and Tell day, but he cannot simply bring a toy this year. The principal has told them they need to share something different, like something about their hobbies, favourite books, family or a food they love. Cam cannot believe this; he doesn’t enjoy speaking in front of others, and now he needs to prepare for a new Show and Tell. Will he be able to get up in front of his class and share about himself?
In this Mindful Monday, we take you through some cosy bedtime preparations, relaxing breathing practice and use our imaginations to fly high up among the clouds. Then we talk about the word "yet" and how it takes time and perseverance to achieve the things we want to do.
In our story, Cat daydreams a lot and finds homework boring. But when she doodles with her buddy, Mouse, something amazing happens: their drawings come alive! From cool historical people to lively numbers, they all go on epic adventures. Cat learns that studying can be just as fun as painting. Join Cat and Mouse on their fun-filled learning journey!
Imagine a world where playful dinosaurs and kids play together. A place where magic, mindfulness, and marshmallows come together! In this episode, we dive into the story of Jamie and his unique dinosaur friend. So, get cozy, and let us whisk you away to a world where marshmallows float in the sky and dinosaurs teach us the joy of being present.
In this episode, we share a story about a town called Huestown. The town appreciates its predictable routines, but one day, things change. The residents are uncertain about embracing this new development. Eventually, they recognize the benefits of change and celebrate the occasion.
Mindful Monday is back. We start this season with an episode about being anxious or nervous. There is a story about a boy named Jamie who gets the same feeling in his stomach every September, and we look at Bernice from Sleep Tight Stories to see how she deals with anxiety and nerves.
In this episode, Bernice arrives home after school and tells Papa Bear about her day. She tells him that she and Bobby will be doing a Science project together and she has some English homework. Bernice mentions that she is pretty nervous about the English homework because she has to stand up in front of the class to do it, and she is not friends with all the new students there. Papa Bear helps Bernice to learn how to relax by taking deep breaths. Join us and breathe along.
We are excited to be bringing you more stories in September. If you have any suggestions please don't hesitate to send us an email at Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark
This week on Mindful Monday, we are looking at Back to School. How are you feeling about going back to school? Are you excited? Nervous? We will look at two books about how other people think about returning to school. The first book is First Day Jitters by Julie Danneberg. In this story, Sarah is worried about her first day of school and does not want to get up or do anything to get ready. She is new to her school, doesn’t know anyone, and doesn’t feel like starting over. Finally, she gets to school and realizes that all her worries are for nothing. The second book is Mae’s First Day of School by Kate Berube. May also worries: What if the other kids don’t like her? Her mom tells her about all the great things she will find there. Mae arrives at school and then hides in a tree. She has some visitors in the tree, and they talk about everything they are worried about.
Peter Rabbit is visiting with Johnny Chuck in today’s story when they hear the fuss in the big pine. They wonder what is going on. Sammy Jay comes flying by and they ask him what is all the noise about. Sammy says the crows are teasing Hooty the Owl because he cannot see so well. Peter and Johnny see the Farmer’s boy heading to where Hooty is and know that they need to help Hooty but how can they get there in time?
This story is about some weeds that grow next to a farmer’s field. The weeks are worried about their children and what will become of them? They ask the rye for advice but the rye is not very pleasant with his reply and so the weeds were left to decide on their own. They asked the breeze for help to spread their seeds and the breeze agreed but each of the weeds asked the breeze to not tell the other weeds. In the Spring we will see if the weeds managed to get their seeds spread or not.
The Story of two little Seeds in a story about two seeds that find a way to speak to each other as they are waiting to grow. One of them wants to be a rose because then everyone will love them. This seed gets some water and starts growing. They grow and grow and push themselves up straight and tall but when they look around they realize that everything is not quite as they thought it would be.
Comments (14)

Callum Wallace

vievetine on shugabush Island

Aug 22nd
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Callum Wallace

tweedle's wings flapping

Aug 20th
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Callum Wallace

wublins before they were statues

Aug 18th

arshida bagherpor

very fun and good

Mar 8th

arshida bagherpor

very fun

Mar 6th

Dunut cute

you 💩 in my pants I 💩 in my pants we all 💩 in pants

Mar 1st

Dunut cute

I like 🥔🥔🥔 potato chips

Jan 1st

Shal Loftin

it cool because it summer

Jul 27th

Yasmine C

very relaxing

Oct 29th

Róisín O'Coineen

I love sleep tight relax my favorite story is dragon tales 🐉xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx I am a kid age 6 turning 7 on the 6th of December

Oct 15th
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Yasmine C

very soothing. excellent. appropriate for all ages.

Feb 20th
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