I have a regular routine for putting my little ones to bed. We sing a song, say a prayer, and read a chapter of a book together. We do it in that order so that my oldest can be part of our song and prayer and then be dismissed to read on her own if she has already read the book we are reading together. (Many times she will start a read aloud with us and get so enthralled she reads ahead and finishes before us.)
My WFMW part of the post is about the songs we sing. When all of my kids were preschool aged then we stuck with Zacchaeus, Jesus Loves Me, Jesus Loves the Little Children, and etc. Well now that my kids run the age gauntlet we still sing one of the little songs but then we follow it up with a song from the hymnal. We love doing this because it teaches our kids the traditional hymns and they know them by heart. A few years ago our congregation were replacing our green hymnals with the new red ones and we were able to get a few of the old green ones to bring home. So each night the Kid of the Day chooses the hymn to sing and Daddy leads us in it. Some of our favorites are Low in the Grave He Lay, Ten Thousand Angels, I'll Fly Away, and Our God He is Alive. Many nights we can't stop at just one and we sing several. This is one of the highlights of my day and I love the fact that my kids are tucking these songs away. That works for us!