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Sleep Tight with Gentle Compression
Do your sensory sensitive kids need help settling down to sleep? Just slip our Snuggle Sheet over the mattress, like a pillowcase. The snug sheet provides light compression for a cozy hug. Made of organic cotton with a touch of spandex, the soft and soothing material ensures maximum comfort for sensory seekers who crave extra pressure. Use with adult supervision.
- Provides soothing compression with a lighter touch than a weighted blanket
- Supports children with sensory processing disorder, ADHD and autism
- Fits a standard sized twin mattress
- Made by Fun and Function
- Age 5+
Use with adult supervision. Never place in crib with infant; do not use with small children. Never cover face nor restrict child’s movement.
- 57"L x 39"W
- Weighs 14 oz.
- 95% organic cotton and 5% spandex
- Machine wash cold with like colors. Dry low.
- Navy blue
okayThis sheet doesn't come up as high as I think it should on our twin mattress. It provides minimal pressure. Would be great if we could somehow secure our weighted blanket to it. Fun and Function Response: We're sorry this didn't meet your expectations. We are going to reach out to our Product Management to look into making this large and tighter.Read MoreGood concept, materials need improvementI purchased the snuggle sheet for my son, he's 7, & found that the Jersey knit material just didn't work very well. It was OK the 1st night, but by the 3rd night it was stretched out and not really providing much compression. Also, after a couple days, it started to move further and further down towards the end of the bed. It just didn't come all the way up, the way that a regular sheet would. It's a good concept, but I think the type of material used, needs some work. Something a little sturdier & a little bit stiffer type of fabric. Fun and Function response: We truly appreciate your feedback! I am going to reach out to our QC team to look into that!Read MoreDeep pressure meets convenienceMy son is 3 and has Autism. I bought this to put on a toddler bed, and although a little loose still fits. He absolutely loves it and gives him great input. It is very breathable, I was concerned for safety before ordering but he is totally fine in this. Once he moves to a twin bed it'll fit even better.Read Moregreat price but...I looked around for these and these are definitely the best price right now. However, the sheet doesn't seem to offer quite as much compression as the one we were shown at my son's occupational therapy office. He does seem to like it, but after just one night of use it already seems looser. Nonetheless, he did seem to sleep better , and that was the goal, so 4 stars.Read MoreGreat product!My nephew really likes his snuggle sheet. My sister said he enjoyed it the very first night he used it. Thank you!Read MoreSnuggle sheet is much appreciatedI purchased snuggle sheets for my two sons. One has Asperger syndrom and the other is gifted with sensory issues. I confirm that it is appreciated by the two. Alhtough the material seems to loosen and become less snuggling with use.Read Morehelps him sleepkeeps him snug and he says he sleeps better.Read MoreSnuggly!Great for kids who have a difficult time calming their bodies for sleep. Tucked underneath this snug sheet, sensory seekers can better organize and relax.Read More
Answered QuestionsMy son is a sensory seeker and l always kicks off his heavy blanket. Is it safe to use this sheet with heavy blanket, too? Or is that too much?Susan / Jan 4, 2017The snuggle sheet is like a huge pillow case that the entire mattress goes inside and then the child climbs inside the top part to lie in. There is no way the snuggle sheet could become insecure or come off from under the mattress unless intentionally removed.Bayla Bernhardt, Customer Service / Jan 23, 20172 Questions.... Will this ever be made larger? It's listed under "teens" and I don't know many teens that sleep comfortable in a twin size bed.
Also, could the child sleep safely under this all through the night? It is it just meant for times when the child needs to reorganize?Hello!
By small children, how young do you mean? My son is four, and I think this sounds right up his alley. Is he too young in your experience?