300. Magical Chair: a bedtime story on acceptance for kids
After moving to a new home, Winfield the wheelchair decides to help Brian find new friends. Will the magical chair find them at a colorful park?
Kids meet individuals of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds. Therefore, learning acceptance of others with disabilities is important to help children understand that differences are ok and valuable. Dim the lights, get your favorite blanket or sleep buddy and snuggle up for Be Calm on Ahway Island Podcast with a soothing story encouraging empathy.
Here’s an excerpt from today’s bedtime story on acceptance, Magical Chair:
The little wheelchair waited patiently while the boy buckled into the comfy seat. Winfield the wheelchair could tell Brian felt lonely in their new town. The family had just moved in and the little boy missed all his friends. Outside the sun shined brightly on the winding sidewalk. That gave Winfield an idea. Maybe Brian would meet some kids if they explored the neighborhood. Brian’s dad must have understood what Winfield was thinking. He suggested, “Why don’t we go outside for a walk?
Today’s Meditation for kids: Feel your body fill with warmth and love as you send your loving energy to the world.
Does your child have classmates or neighbors with a disability? Do you live in a diverse neighborhood? Or, are you looking for a way to teach your kids about acceptance? Once again, Ahway Island is here for you!
Be Calm on Ahway Island Podcast offers original bedtime, nap time stories & meditations for kids illustrating empathy.
Empathy is a critical skill for the healthy social emotional development of young children. And so Ahway Island offers stories crafted to assist you in teaching your children understanding and acceptance of others with differences. Our stories feature wonderful characters with disabilities. We take great care to create an environment that encourages empathy. In addition to all this, we help your little ones drift off to sleep with a guided relaxation and a calming story. Just include us in your bedtime and nap time routines.
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Thank you! Check out this episode for another great bedtime story Mystery Jug: a calming bedtime and nap time story with a positive message