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Nighty Night

Nighty Night

The perfect app for a daily go-to-sleep ritual with cute animals, sweet lullaby music and great narration. One by one you put the animals to bed by turning out their lights which sends them to sleep.

A lovely app for deaf children who might be having difficulty sleeping or relaxing before bedtime.

What families say:

We immediately liked this app as it had an English accent, which is a rarity. My son was saying 'Night night' to the animals and 'Press' to the buttons. This app definitely encouraged his speech which is something we’re working on at the moment. As the app is calm and quiet he was able to participate well. I also think the more we play it the more he will start to understand the concept of turning off the light to go to sleep.”
Esme, mum to Isaac (18 months) who is severely deaf.

“It’s such a colourful, beautifully animated story about putting animals to bed. Cara loved clicking on the animal to see it move, and make noises. She smiled lots and was really engaged with this app. It's quickly becoming part of our night time routine."
Avril, mum to Cara (18 months) who is severely deaf.

Developer: Fox and Sheep
Cost: £2 - £4.99 (iOS), Free (Android)
Available on: iOS and Android