It's 5am. In the next room your toddler's screaming the house down. He's old enough to communicate - but not to tell the time. He thinks it's time to get up! So what do you do?
In steps the Kidsleep that is a simple way to communicate with those who are still learning how to.
At night, it's a nightlight, with an illuminated picture of a bunny rabbit in bed. In the morning, the bunny's up and about, and your child knows it's OK to get up.
According to the makers of the device most children over 2-years-old take less than a week to get used to Kidsleep. After 5 days the majority of children have learnt to look at Kidsleep and see whether the rabbit is sleeping or awake.
For more details go to arf-kids.co.uk
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