Does your child wake up very early in the morning? Sleeptrainer Pam shows your child when it is time to stay in bed and when it is OK to get up. Pam’s nightlight changes colour like a traffic light, to denote night, early morning and OK to get up.
A child does not have a sense of time. For a young child the day begins the moment they opens their eyes, which can be pretty early (and tiring) for the parents. A sleeptrainer teaches your child with visual indicators when to stay in bed and when it is OK to get up.
When Pam is red: Time to sleep
Pam’s nightlight is red. This means it is nighttime and you need to get some more sleep.
When Pam is orange: Just a little longer
Pam’s nightlight is orange, meaning it is not much longer now: 30 minutes.
When Pam is green: Ok to get UP
Pam’s nightlight has turned green. It is OK to get up, you can now leave your room.
Pam’s nightlight can stay lit the entire night or switch off automatically after 1 hour. The brightness is fully adjustable.
Play your owns songs and stories via the wireless speaker.
Pam can be lit the entire night or switch off automatically after 1 hour.
Research shows that newborn baby’s who hear white noise fall asleep more easily than baby’s, who do not hear white noise. In addition to white noise, heartbeat sounds takes stress away from baby’s, which makes them calm down and sleep better.