Dream Tents are unique tents designed to fit up and over existing beds. Children can enjoy protection from the dark, scary things that come out at night while also enjoying a private reading space with an individual light. Using these tents mean you just affix each end around the bed so that the child has a half tent over their upper half. Different designs spark imagination and dreams. Seclusion and privacy is gained by additional curtains too.
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- Different Scenes
There are different tent designs, fit for boys or girls. Mountain scenes, forest scenes, space scenes, and more. For each scene, there are stars in the “sky” of the print, and these stars or sky prints are brightened when the little light is turned on. While the light turns on from the back and shines downward toward, theoretically, a book in the child’s lap, they illuminate the night sky to provide ample light.
Inside each is a personal reading light so kids can read before they go to sleep. Allegedly, the combination of private and the light help to promote better, more restful sleep for kids by alleviating fears of the dark. Kids who share a space but are afraid of the dark can turn on the smaller light inside of their dream tent and fall fast asleep. These lights work with the different scenes too.
- Kids Love it
Kids love having their own tent when they go to sleep. What’s more, kids can enjoy better sleeping, a better reading environment, and more privacy, especially in shared spaces.
How It Works
Kids love to live in their own, private world. However, the cost of achieving such privacy can be exorbitant. With Dream Tents, kids can literally pop up a private little tent each night while they read, play, or dream. These tents are big enough that they do not interfere with sleep, so kids can leave them propped up while they turn over in their sleep. The unit will not move. Privacy curtains allow children to cut themselves off from the rest of the world while they dream, making the perfect little getaway, especially when children just “need space”. The pop up tent works the same as other pop up units.
How it's Different from Competitors
Other products on the market are tent like drapes you have to install from the ceiling. This requires extra hardware and holes in the walls. They also do not offer many male versions, just female versions. Tents for children are insufficient because they require separate floor space. These half tents are the only ones which go over the existing bed the same way a cover goes over a truck bed. With that in mind, these units are easier to set up, easier to take down, and smaller to store. Kids can take these units with them anywhere, literally, that they go. Visits to grandparents, stays in a hotel, they can all use these tents.
How to Use (Step by Step)
- Open and Install
Easily pop it open, then fasten the bottom pieces to the bed. There are two sets of plastic poles that pop open and fasten in place. At the ends of the tent are fasteners which fasten to the bed in a matter of seconds. Whether you have twin sized beds or bunk beds, these spaces fold out the same way a sunscreen for the windshield of a car does.
- Use the Light
While in use, kids can turn on the reading light or turn it off.
- Fold and Put Away
When not in use, it folds up into a compact unit that can be easily stored.
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