Sloth Promotes: Routines
As children grow, new experiences and challenges can sometimes feel overwhelming. Whether it’s addressing jitters on the first day of school, helping little ones wind down before bed, or even showing the importance of self-care, Sloth’s lessons help children understand the importance of practicing routines to add structure and fun into their daily lives.
When children are empowered to embrace routines, they can build a strong foundation for emerging independence. With Sloth’s support, they learn to identify and practice healthy routines that fit their needs.
Product specs: Machine washable, air dry. Intentionally designed without detachable plastic pieces to give caretakers peace of mind.
Kins Dimensions: 6" w x 14"
Details: Soft and silky fur, perfect for hugs stuffed with hypoallergenic fiberfill
Never leave an infant with stuffed animals while sleeping.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends keeping stuffed animals, blankets, and any other soft objects away from where a baby sleeps until they are 12 months old; these objects can lead to sudden infants death syndrome (SIDS), suffocation, and strangulation.