Slumberkins Blog


How Language Can Impact Children’s Fear

Historically, these are just a few of the ways we’ve responded to children’s fear, and even today, children are still receiving messages that their fears aren’t valid. What does all of this lead to? Children believing that the way to...

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9 Activities to Help Kids With Anxiety

Anxiety, worries, and fears are often a part of childhood. As adults, we may wish we could take those worries away from the children in our lives. Watching them struggle can be painful to witness, but having a few tools...

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Re-Imagining Creativity

When you hear the word “creativity,” what are some images and words that come to mind? Do you think of art? Paint palettes and the like? If so, you’re not alone! While creativity definitely includes the act of creating art,...

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Your Child’s Mental Health

How to Know When It’s Time to Reach Out for HelpAs a company committed to helping families raise caring, confident, and resilient children, Slumberkins is grateful to be able to support parents and caregivers with tools and resources to teach...

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You Can Be in Their Heart Even When Apart

The clinging! The wailing! The teary-eyed pleas of desperation! Saying goodbye to our kids can be some of the most tension-filled moments on the parenting journey. It’s anxiety-provoking and heartbreaking all at the same time. We get it! When we...

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How to Encourage Children to Keep Trying

On Bigfoot’s last stop in his undersea adventure at Camp Slumberkins, he gets some inspiration to dig deep and keep on going. Will he finally achieve his goal of finding the magical Lost City? Our encouraging friend Manta Ray arrives just...

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