As you may have heard from our mysterious visitor Asher, your Jumpee and their Mythie will have the opportunity to go on an exciting new adventure soon. To make sure your child and their loyal sidekick are prepared for what awaits them, Ivy managed to come up with some helpful tips to help your Jumpee train with the help of trading secrets among her faerie friends.
While raising a Mythie is certainly fun for your child, it also teaches them so much about responsibility, patience, and time management. To become a strong Mythie Trainer, your child must know how to listen to its Mythie and find out what it needs. Doing so will help their Mythies learn magical powers, which will be incredibly rewarding for their adventures together in the Enchanted Sanctuary and beyond. Here are three ways your Jumpee can become more attentive to their Mythies while still getting to explore the wonders of the Enchanted Sanctuary:
Before your child chooses a part of the Enchanted Sanctuary to visit with their Mythie, they will want to closely monitor its health to see what exactly would make them happier in its adventures. If their Mythie’s hunger levels are low, then they should feed it some of its favorite meals. If their Mythie’s happiness is low, then it is best to play with it. These bars are extremely helpful in helping your child communicating with their Mythie and learning how to really listen to their animals.
2. Make sure your Mythie’s coat is clean
Although it might not seem very important to your child, having their Mythie’s coat sparkle and shine is HUGE in making sure it feels confident. If your child sees that their Mythie has speckles of dirt after its adventures in training and flying, they should take it to the bath and give it a good, hard scrub with some bubbly soap.
3. Embark across the enchanted waterfalls
Once your child has had some quality time caring for their Mythie, they can now head into the mysterious waterfalls together and have a real adventure! Suggest to them to hop across ancient stones that have been part of the Sanctuary for centuries, or if they are looking for a more calming activity, relax behind the waterfall and admire some of the natural purple and blue lights that reflect on the cavern’s walls.
As you can see, there are so many ways your child can spend quality time with their Mythie while helping them focus on building core values. Your Jumpee can really make the most of their Enchanted Sanctuary expeditions by listening to the needs of their Mythie and keeping it fully energized for it’s training.
When your child heads into the Enchanted Sanctuary, what are their favorite things to do with their Mythie? We would love to hear all about your child’s adventures. Comment below and share with us your Mythie stories!