Garden Light Night Light

Last year I went to a neighborhood emergency preparedness meeting. The focus of that meeting was learning about different light sources that were available when electricity isn’t available. It was a very informative meeting- but the take-away idea for me was using solar powered garden lights as a night light for your child. Not only is it something that your child can use every night now- but if an emergency happens your kiddos have a solar powered light source. No need to worry about finding batteries for the flashlight!  (Shout out to Anna Jeffs for the idea!)

I originally thought I would have to purchase a light and place it in a flower pot. But I went to Lowes and was thrilled to find the perfect solar powered light. Why? No corners or sharp edges (after taking out the garden stake part of course). My daughter could hold it at night and I wouldn’t have to worry about her getting poked with sharp corners. I LOVE it!

See how it sits so nicely on her nightstand?

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The entire nightlight comes apart- as you can see no sharp corners!

 

 

 

 

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And it stays lit for a few hours- depending on how much sunlight it picks up during the day. You could stick the entire garden light outside in the morning and by evening the light will be ready to go. I like to take the top off and place it in the window- just make sure the part with the solar panel strip is facing outside.

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There you have it- a bright night light that is safe for kiddos to hold and is perfect when the power goes out at night. Yay!

Happy Teaching!

 

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