A Glow in the Dark Star Projector Night Light With Motion Sensor Technology
You've probably seen a star projector night light before in one of those science textbooks or science centers stocked up at the local library. Maybe you even had the chance to pick one up online. If you're thinking of getting one for your child, think again. Kids really don't need that kind of extra light.
Besides not being needed, star projectors are also really expensive. You're paying for the convenience of a light that you can use to see in the dark. Forget counting sheep the next time your toddler is mesmerized by that red dot projector night light. When the projection gets too distracting, you could just take the projector out and turn it into an easy, color-changing light bulb. A baby night light that turns on when you put your baby to bed is a similar option.
Star projectors are great, but they're expensive. There's another, better solution. Kid's night lights with motion sensor features are much cheaper than projector ones and they only require a small amount of electricity. If your kid is bouncing off the walls of his crib, a kids' night light with motion sensor technology will help him get a restful night's sleep. And if there's a storm coming, the motion sensor light won't stop them.
Most kids night lights with motion sensor technology have bright white bulbs. That way you can read them as they flash from side to side. Some even come with extra amber lights to make the night lights stand out more. And because you'll see the image of Santa Claus, Baby Jesus, and other characters in a clear and dazzling light, your kids will think about what they'll be doing next year while they're reading a book.
Another benefit of kids night lights with motion sensor technology is that they won't wake your babies up. When you leave for work in the morning, some babies may snore, and if you have both a baby monitor and a nanny waiting by night, it can be difficult to keep an eye on your kids when you're in the midst of the crazy. But if you use a nanny cam with a baby night light and a motion sensor, your baby will never be woken in the middle of the night. In fact, most night lights with this technology can be set to turn themselves on and off at their own discretion, based on whether someone is home or not.
You can also use a star projector to create special scenes for your child. For example, if your baby loves fairy tales, you can take images of stars and moonlights with a star projector and create a beautiful and very unique scene with your child. Using a star projector is also a great way to teach kids about the constellations, since they will see how big the constellations are when they look at the sky during nights with no moonlight.
Another great use for star projector night lights with motion sensor technology is to create a scene with your child that mimics what might be found on an adventure playground. Has your kid ever stood in front of the playground with a toy bag and pretend to find something underneath the bag. Then wave a wand over the bag and say "Ello!" When your child finds the item, you can wave the wand again, and your image of the bag in your hand will appear below the night light. This can be a lot of fun for toddlers, and they'll enjoy being able to explore and play while getting a cool feeling from finding something under the stars.
To make the most out of a star projector night light with motion sensor technology, have fun setting the night light up in your yard. Use it as a guide for your child as he or she explores the backyard. If you want to let them stay outside for a while, make sure the yard is clear before dark. After darkness falls, have them follow your infrared signal, which will flash an image every few feet in front of the star projector night light. They will soon get the hang of following the signals and will be able to find the hidden goodies throughout the night.