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Moshi Kids: Sleep & Meditation

By Mieke VanderBorght, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 2+

Whimsical audio tracks promote a peaceful bedtime routine.

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Community Reviews

age 3+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 4+

100% recommended

We have been using this app for almost 4 years now and can honestly it is totally worth the money. This app serves its purpose very well indeed and we would be lost without it. The stories, meditation and the music aids a peaceful night sleep and does exactly what it claims to do. I recommend this app to other parents who struggle settling there children at night.
age 2+

Sleep-inducing for infants through adults

Great selection of soothing bedtime music, stories, and guided visualizations. Use it often with my 4 year old and he is asleep within 10 minutes. My 1-year old finds it calming as well. Even I use it to fall asleep sometimes! Great app, well-worn the $39/year.

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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (4 ):

This collection of sweetly imaginative stories is wonderfully kid-friendly. Given the collection of music and stories in Moshi Kids: Sleep & Meditation, it's an excellent resource for families with children of varying ages. Some of the shorter stories will help parents reinforce skills for self-control and mindfulness when they use the app to teach kids the skills of meditation and deep breathing. Tracks are nicely paced and sleepy sounding almost immediately, so it's probably not best for use in the car. The lovely graphics disappear once the audio track gets going, but parents should be firm about playing the content using AirPlay or Bluetooth to keep the device out of the bedroom.

The high subscription price makes Moshi Kids: Sleep & Meditation a bit of an investment each year. But parents will have access to all the content during the free trial to make a solid decision. If kids learn to fall asleep faster and bedtime becomes a more peaceful routine as a result of listening to these tracks, the fee will be well worth the investment to have a well-rested family.

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