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No matter what age, everyone here wants some dreamy restful sleep!
With back to school edging closer, let’s give a gift to both your child and to yourself with a little something for bedtimes.
These 37 gifts for kids sleep will help you know that you’re doing the best job, because their sleep is your priority.
Preschool Graduation Gifts
Do you have a little one with a hint of bedtime resistance, or difficulty returning to sleep? Oh, I hear you! But we’ve got some sleep aids for kids to make bedtime, the sweet time.
It’s also great for kids with sensory needs, such as autism or SPD or for those who just want a little extra coziness.
Looking for a product that won’t outgrow your child?
This nightlight and sound machine is great for kids and as they get older, it has a time-to-rise that’ll get them on their way to waking up by themselves.
Now your precious one can fall asleep with the moon.
This is extra special because your family can be 3D printed, making it a touching and thoughtful sentiment to your family.
Children that breathe through their nose when they sleep can be woken up by a dry stuffy nose.
This humidifier has a UV light that kills bacteria, and clean climate in the child’s room.
Oversized stuffed animals are the best! I used to cuddle and curl up watching TV with my giant bear, we’d read stories together, but the best was how much I would fall asleep on him.
This is a great gift for any child!
Gifts for Elementary Students
Bedtime shouldn’t be a struggle, but oh, we all know they can be! A sleep aid or sleep story can go a long way in the journey to rest.
3:45 A.M. wake-up call with soon be a thing of the past!
The flip side of bedtime is of course morning, and let’s get that sorted too at this age!
Perfect for any age, but especially for your kids as they learn about space and the greater universes out there, give them the comfort of a night light that also works as an educator.
Enjoy a relaxing night looking at the constellations as they drift off to sleep.
Struggling with early rises?
Having a clock in the room can help regulate their sleep patterns as they can see what time is it, and what time they should be getting up.
Start the training now, so it’ll be easier in the future.
Your kids have a lot going on in this day and age, so why not get them in tune with their emotions more by having them choose scents that can help them in the moment.
Stress, anxiety, restlessness, low moods and unhealthy sleep can be helped with a choice of misting on their bed.
Lighting can be a tool to create a soothing sleep environment for your young child.
The scheduling feature can make it easy to automatically turn off the lights once the kids are dreaming.
Blackout curtains are a little trick to get them sleeping fuller and longer. You’re welcome!
Doodle Duvet Cover with Wash-out Fabric Markers
Every kid’s dream is to personalized there duvet!
Let them spill their dreams out all over their duvet with this great double sides duvet with wash-out markers.
This duvet will be their storytelling before they drift off to their own worlds.
Reading and bedtime stories are a great way to get children to sleep faster, plus, it’s a moment between the two of you that is priceless.
Ella Mentry School is a set of book that’ll have your child’s imagination having wild with stories.
Bed wetting is not fun at any age, and it can be embarrassing and upsetting. But parents, there are some answers to be seen.
TheraPee gives a lot of personal care through their consultations and web-based progress reports. It’s suitable for ages 4 – 18 and has a 30-day guarantee.
Relaxing and downtime with children are essential to keep them regulated.
A compact and portable diffuser can be so beneficial to your child when you’re all traveling or just when there’s a nap time needed.
To go with the previous product, why not get a variety pack of essential oils to help with sleep, relaxation, zen and much more.
See what the results are for the whole family!
Gift Ideas For Young (High School) Adults
Does school effect sleep? Does puberty affect sleep? What happens if your teen doesn’t get enough rest?
Well, we know the answer to that one! A grumpy bum who isn’t getting the most of the day!
Teens need around 8 – 10 hours of sleep a day, and stress, sleep disorders, and sluggishness can all be helped.
Let’s turn the frowns upside down, and pull the grades up while we’re at it.
The sensitive sleepers of our family can be startled by loud noises outside which can disrupt the slumber.
White noise machines for teens can be effective, even for the night owls.
Silk is a best friend to any teen that’s living with acne, dry skin or dry hair.
Help out a little every night by providing a cleaner sleeping environment that’ll promote a good nights sleep.
This one comes as a gift set with a bonus silky eye mask.
Help beat the winter blues, late night exam stress, and sleep disorders with a therapy lamp.
You’ll be set in the knowledge that you’ll be helping with their sleep cycle and helping them increase their alertness and concentration.
Teenagers and morning routines are stereotypically not great together, but the incentive of habit changing can be a goal they’ll be wanting to show you.
Improve the mornings, improve sleep and see the results on the app!
Gifts For College Students
The image of a student can be one that stays up late and sleeps in till afternoon. But there’s another way. An actual good gift for students is sleep.
Regular sleep + sleep-friendly environment = better balance, concentration, and motivation.
Let’s do this!
A regular wake up time and sleep schedule is essential to get the most out of the day!
Alexa can also give you help with to-do lists, program your audiobooks and keep your uni student engage with the world and their family!
The bed should be a place for sleep, but sometimes it does other things – reading, working on essays, watching Netflix.
The arms give great support so even if a snooze happens, it’s supported.
Flat headphones can be the silver lining to the stressful days of studenthood.
Every year your college student could be changing houses, and that means changing beds.
To keep some consistency, gift them a memory foam topper.
This one is infused with lavender for an extra dose of joy at night.
University is a stressful time, but with a little help from you, you can rest assured that your child will have some tools to work through it.
Monq is a portable oil diffuser that has blends like Sleep and Zen to help zen-out and relax, making the 8 hours more wholesome.
Not only is lavender an essential scent for sleep, but the color also has a calming effect!
These covers are the luxury quality that your uni kid will treasure as much as their sleep.
Hammocks make it to wishlists because they make it the room look cool, there’s soothing in the sway, and whether its to chill or study…
The hammock is a relaxer ready to rock away from the troubled water.
There’s a little space in the bedroom to create a corner of bliss.
A lounger is an addition to the room to keep it minimal in design and maximum comfort.
Also, lie it down, and you’ve got a little nap spot!
What is one thing that should be in a uni sleep gift guide? Laundry detergent!
This one is packed with sleep improving lavender and has an earth-friendly edge.
Giving the student in your life a product that makes a difference to their sleep and the environment with each load of laundry.
Naps can happen anywhere, especially when traveling between cities, countries or a trip back home.
Investing in a good travel pillow is something that’ll be worthwhile and will make for a grateful student whenever it’s time for a snooze.
Finally, if there’s a gift which will surprise them, it’s you finally saying yes to the gigantic beanbag they’ve always wanted.
There’s also 3 foot if you think transported a 7-foot potato could be extensive.
Beans bags are perfect for naps, resting, lounging and flopping on after a long day of studying.
A subscription of knowledge, comedy, bedtime stories and much more.
With over 475,000 audiobooks available, this is a gift that will keep on giving.
Why not read the same book as your student, so you can dive into a discussion!
There you have it!
37 sleep aids for the kids in your life (no matter what they’re age)