Sunday, 22 November 2020

Win a Dreamimal and Day Dreamimal

 


Dream Pillow are now making it so then your child's having a positive night and day by doing a bundle of both pillows! 

Read more below about the amazing Dream Pillows before entering on the Gleam app at the bottom of the page to win a Choice of Dreamimal and Day Dreamimal. Either Lamby, Sharkie or Pinkie. 

  • MAKES GOING TO BED FUN: When children write or draw their favourite dreams on one of the 60 Larger Dream Wish Notes supplied. Make going to bed enjoyable by encouraging kids to craft stories and use their astonishing imagination (or the dream generator finger game sheet supplied) to "Dream Up" a wonderful dream. You won't believe it until you see them actually WANT to go to sleep “ Winner of Bizziebaby's GOLD award 2020 in the "sleep aid" category.

  • NIGHT TIME COMFORTER: More than just super soft cute pillows, each character is a great emotional support companion for Primary School age kids. Based on the widely proven "Image Rehearsal Technique!, the Dream Pillow helps kids to sleep and dream good dreams. It helps to practice positive imagery before bed and teaches children about the power of their thoughts, the importance of good sleep, and positive thinking. A new bedtime ritual will create memories for years to come.

  • DAYTIME OUT AND ABOUT COMFORTER AND HAND SANITISER: The matching mini "Day Dreamimal" character is a relatable cute character (which Surrey & Borders NHS refer to as a "Transitional Object" in their "Transition Back To School Guidance) Children directly associate the Big Lamby Dream Pillow in their bedroom with the mini Lamby Day Dreamimal on their school bag or backpack. Before school they insert one of the the "Wish For Today" notes supplied- alongside the snuggly fitted hand sanitiser bottle

  • WHAT IS YOUR WISH FOR TODAY - At breakfast write or draw a child’s positive thought / wish for the coming day on one of the smaller cloud wish notes (30 included) to give them a sense of security and protection them from their fears. Empty plastic travel bottle with screw-on, flip-cap top included. Cute design. Introduces more fun & gets them into the habit of washing hands. NOTE - No Hand sanitiser fluid is included.

  • THREE UNIQUE DESIGNS: Choose your favourite "Dreamimal" Lamby, Sharkie or Pinkie. Each of the "Dreamimals" have a unique story. Lamby is cuddly, sweet and calming. "Hi I`m Lamby the cuddliest of all the "Dreamimals" I love snuggling and sweet dreams.Plus whenever you worry my speciality is calming your fears". For children their Dreamimals are like toys for parents they are a tool to help children with disturbed sleep and help protect all children's mental and physical health outside the home.

Head Here to buy a Dreamimal bundle of your own. 

Win A Dreamimal and Day Dreamimal

45 comments:

  1. my granddaughter would draw a rainbow with all the bright colours

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  2. A rainbow! All my children have been drawing and painting these throughout 2020!

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  3. One of his friends and family!

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  4. My niece loves cats so I think she would draw one of those

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  5. I think that my daughter would draw a picture of her and her best friend smiling.

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  6. perfect for my niece or nephew

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  7. A picture of a favourite CBeebies show character

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  8. She would draw her house and family, always a safe place

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  9. A rainbow just like we did during lockdown 1 xx

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  10. My granddaughter would draw a rainbow

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  11. Rainbows and hearts with thankyou messages for all the key workers

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  12. She would probably draw our dog she loves drawing him.

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  13. A house with a happy family and a cat

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  14. A lovely house with people standing in front smiling and holding hands with a rainbow above it all! I think...

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  15. Peppa pig with pink hearts in different sizes !

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  16. a happy frog with an inspirational message

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  17. she'd probably draw a rainbow and something to do with our cat

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  18. I think it would be of the family with hearts around it

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  19. Has to be of the family with hearts around it

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  20. Probably her family, that's a pretty standard one for her when I ask her what makes her happy. She's a sweetie.

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  21. My daughter would like to draw the beach because we feel happy and relaxed there.

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  22. Probably a tent (she loves camping)

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  23. My grandson would draw his house with flowers in the garden

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  24. Probably cats or the animals she sees on walks such as horses and sheep.

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  25. mine would draw him and our dogs playing together outside

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  26. A pretty house with a big sunshine and rainbow in the sky.

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  27. A colourful rainbow, and probably a smiling sun.

    Rachel Craig

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  28. Amelia would draw her St. Bernard who always guards the family but is a softy with her.

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  29. My children would probably draw an animal like a dog or a cat as they love animals

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  30. My daughter would definitely draw a rainbow, with two friends holding hands.

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  31. A Christmas picture, good luck all.....

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  32. Stars are a favourite at the moment

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  33. All of her family smiling, as family is everything to her :-)

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  34. He's two, and at the moment he just loves trains, so I'd draw him a red train with a smiley face :) - Sammi McSporran

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  35. A gymnast with a big smile on his face

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  36. My son would probably draw his teddy bear

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  37. Daisy would draw a rainbow. She was really happy when everyone suddenly began displaying rainbows in their windows.

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  38. Our family and her friends i think my daughter would draw

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  39. l would think it would be family or possibly the cat!

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