Narwhal Slumberkin- Growth Mindset
Our Growth Mindset Narwhal provides parents and caregivers a resource to create loving routines that deepen the bond with their little one while teaching the valuable life skill of growth mindset. Narwhal's story introduces little ones to the concept of responsibility and teamwork. Through problem-solving and recognizing when to ask for help, Narwhal learns how to make a difference in the world around him.
The Kins, newest to our Slumberkins family, are perfect for children as they begin to explore the world around them and develop a sense of self through play. While toddlers and young children still need focused moments of connection with their caregiver, they are also beginning to identify, imagine, and express ways to navigate emotions - both big and small. The Kins will be your child’s new best friend, using affirmations and stories as inspiration as they explore a world together where all feelings are welcome!
Together, Snugglers and Kins work as a team. The Snugglers help build a foundation of security and safety and connection for the child, and the Kins help build off of that foundation to help children feel confident enough to explore the wider world around them.
This Growth Mindset product includes:
- 1 Narwhal Snuggler or kin
- 1 Narwhal Board Book
- 1 Narwhal Affirmation Card
Narwhal is a kind-hearted only child who has two moms. Both of Narwhal’s moms are highly involved in his life and do everything they can to make sure he never goes without. As helicopter parents, they are eager to support little Narwhal in any endeavor he wishes to pursue. With such a loving and encouraging home life, Narwhal gets to explore his interests and dedicate his focus to excelling at his favorite activities.
Happy and high achieving, Narwhal benefits from a privileged point of view. He is naive about the fact that not all creatures have access to the same opportunities. In his eyes, Narwhal is just like any other sea creature. His peers, on the other hand, see him more as the unicorn of the sea. Narwhal’s assumption that life is as easy for everyone as it is for him is often met with annoyance and anger. This sometimes leaves Narwhal feeling hurt and confused.