Bedtime stories are great for stimulating children’s imagination before they retire to their beds. Not only that bedtime stories put kids to sleep; they also help resonate good values throughout childhood. We’re familiar with classic bedtime tales and fables for kids and we’ve probably had them read to us by our parents.
If you want to write children’s bedtime stories, here are a few pointers to help you construct tales that kids will love and parents would want to read to their children.
First, you need to be imaginative when you conceptualize the story. This means you need to think like a child. What stories would you want to hear from your folks? Bringing out the kid in you will help you come up with better stories that fit the mindset of children. But don’t make your concept too simplistic! Remember that your aim is to also rouse children’s imagination.
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