The Good Nite Lite is more than just a light for your kid’s room- it’s a patent pending behavior modification device. The light is designed for children ages 3 to 5 who are learning the difference between day and night and when they should be sleeping. The Good Nite Lite changes colors from yellow daytime sunshine to blue nighttime moonlight according to the times you select. Now your kids will have a visual clue as to whether or not they should still be sleeping or if it’s ok for them to get up and wake you up with a little Superfly Snuka jump off the top rope into your bed. The Good Nite Lite will be available in a few months for $34.99.
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