Sweet Dreams is a wonderful book that will encourage your child to remember the events of their day, and they will be focused on the positive things that happen during their day. The book also introduces the five senses, and gives examples to help them connect the words, and their meaning. Sweet Dreams should promote positive emotions, and will open a new focus that will expand their vocabulary, and encourage confidence in their speech. Self-awareness, confidence, and verbalizing are also things that can be promoted by reading Sweet Dreams.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.05(d)|
|Age Range:||1 - 17 Years|
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By Tesha Carletta Williams
AuthorHouseCopyright © 2014 Tesha Carletta Williams
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Every day when I wake up my Mom asks me," Jaleiah, did you have sweet dreams?", and I would say, "Yes, Mom I did", and I would tell my Mom all of the wonderful things I dreamt of. My Mom would say," That's wonderful Jaleiah", try to remember all of the things that you see, taste, smell, touch, and hear today, so that you can have sweet dreams tonight, too Okay?" I said," Okay Mom, I will."
I got out of bed and walked to the bathroom to brush my teeth. While I was brushing my teeth I began to giggle at all of the bubbles that the toothpaste made on my teeth. I will remember the bubbles, that I see, in my dreams tonight.
I went to the kitchen to breakfast. My Mom made my favorite, Pancakes with strawberry Jam. I smiled as I ate my pancakes, because they were so delicious! I will remember the pancakes, that I taste, in my dreams tonight
My Mom took me to school. When I walked into my classroom I was greeted by the smell of popcorn! I clapped my hands because I love popcorn. I will remember the popcorn, that I smell, in my dreams tonight.
When my Mom picked me up from school, we went to visit my Grandma Nana. My Nana had a new pet. When my Mom and I walked into my Nana's house, I saw a white, fluffy rabbit. I walked over to the rabbit and carefully picked it up, and gave it a gentle hug. The rabbit's fur was soft when it touched my face. I will remember the soft rabbit, that I touched, in my dreams tonight.
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