Do your kids fight with you at bedtime? It’s a struggle for us every. single. night. Even though we have a ritual and the kids know that bedtime is coming, they still make it a battle at bedtime.
I don’t know if they think they are going to miss out on something or what, but it drives me nuts. So when I came across Ready Time Pals, I thought it was worth checking out.
Ready Time Pals isÂ an educational series that will entertain and at the same time teach toddlers and preschool aged children about creating bedtime rituals. These episodes have some great characters – like a teacher friend interacting with her cute 3D pals in their vibrant 3D world.
Every episode is different, but each of them continuously reinforces the bedtime ritual. They also tackle typical pre-school/toddler issues, hopes, fears and general themes and questions for that age group.
At the Ready Time Pals site, you can meet all the different characters, all of whom play a role in going to bed. There’s Tic Toc, the alarm clock and Snuggle Up blankie. Paula is the teacher and friend to the bedtime pals. She knows the rules and can solve the Palsâ€™ problems by engaging the audience and the Pals for ideas and solutions.
It’s a fun site and the episodes have captured my kids’ attention (not an easy think to do for a long period of time!). There is singing and the characters are all relatable. There are five episodes you can watch for free on the site, and each runs between 4 – 5 minutes.
Have you checked out Ready Time Pals? Would your kids like this site?
Photo Source:Â Ready Time Pals