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Free Bedtime Stories for Kids

Free Bedtime Stories for Kids

It’s hard to believe that my children have outgrown bedtime stories! We spent countless hours reading together every night for so many years. Reading to and with children is such an important part of their development. It improves reading and comprehension skills as well as helps develop creativity and imagination.

Free Bedtime Stories for Kids

Story Tyke – Bedtime Stories Reimagined delivers original bedtime stories to your inbox at 6 PM Sunday – Thursday!  

{Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Story Tyke. While I was compensated for my time in writing this post, all opinions are my own, and I was not required to post a positive review. Please see my full Disclosure Policy for more details.}

Story Tyke is for parents (or grandparents like me!) with kids ages 4-8. It’s a  free subscription! All you have to do is head over to the Story Tyke Website and sign up! Once you are subscribed you will receive bedtime stories via e-mail every Sunday – Thursday night! 

Did you know that storytelling (without images) improves literacy skills, creative thinking, and memory recall for children? This is just one reason why Story Tyke was created.

Imagination time is extremely healthy for the development of children and in a world with increasing technology, they wanted to promote more imagination time without visuals, screens, and images. 

All you have to do is open up the e-mail and go!

–>>–>> Click Here to Sign up for Story Tyke Now! <<–<<–

A Look Inside A Story Tyke Bedtime Stories E-mail

Below you can take a look inside a Story Tyke Bedtime Stories e-mail:

** To get the full story head over to Story Tyke and Subscribe! **

What’s Inside?

The Story – a unique and engaging story every time!

And it’s not just one type of story! Story Tyke has a few different types:

  • original stories
  • traditional twists (think Spinderella vs. Cinderella)
  • educational stories
  • customized stories where you can insert your children’s names to make the story more engaging

‘Tyke Time’ Questions  – throughout the stories you will find questions bracketed and in bold. These offer you chances to have conversations that teach high morals as well as educational points.

Story Tyke Rewards – you can earn rewards for sharing Story Tyke with your friends and family! Use your rewards for things like sticker charts and gift cards!

Education Time – some of the stories include this section that contains facts relating to the story.

What’s Not to Love?

I was going to title this section, “What’s to Love?” but really is there anything not to love with Story Tyke Bedtime Stories!?

As parents or grandparents we can pull up a story any time, snuggle up, and read with our kids. Even on the go! Since it’s in your e-mail you can pull it up on your phone while waiting at a restaurant for food, or sitting in the doctor’s office.

As homeschoolers you could include it in your day as a fun and engaging educational activity.

Whether you tell the story at bedtime or build it into your homeschool curriculum during the day, you will love the easy storytelling experience and increased bonding time through a fun activity. 

–>> –>>Click Here to Sign Up for your FREE Story Tyke Bedtime Stories E-mails! <<–<<–

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One Comment

  1. Ann Foxter
    Jun 26, 2021 @ 12:58:45

    Thank you! Many thanks for this good find. It is our ritual to read or listen to stories before bed, and it definitely has to be different stories. I know many children like to listen to the same story over and over again, but this is not about my son. So for me, it is very helpful!

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