The Night Prayer from the Liturgy of the Hours is a really peaceful way to end my day.
Some people feel like the Liturgy of the Hours is too “old fashioned” to use with teens and children, but I feel they can appreciate it. If it seems too long for shorter attention spans, you can choose to just do part of it. I especially love the antiphon from the Gospel canticle:
Protect us Lord, as we stay awake, watch over us as we sleep, that awake we may keep watch with Christ and asleep rest in His peace.
It is so comforting to me to rest in bed knowing that my heavenly Father is watching over me as I sleep. It helps me let go of the cares of the day and put myself in my Lord’s gentle care. So that might be a good starting point for younger children.
To read the whole Night Prayer, also known as Compline, I need a source for the readings. I use iBrevary which is available on Android and iOS. Laudate is another good app to use for the Divine Office and other Catholic prayers. It is also available on Android and iOS. These are free apps and an great alternative to purchasing the full Liturgy of the Hours in book format, which can be pretty expensive.