Bed time routine

Getting children to get to bed on time can be very challenging

Getting children to get to bed on time can be very challenging especially during this lockdown period. It is said that, for physical and mental development, children need 10 to 11 hours of uninterrupted sleep.
Getting children to get to bed on time can be very challenging especially during this lockdown period. It is said that, for physical and mental development, children need 10 to 11 hours of uninterrupted sleep. Here are a few tips to keep in mind to help our children have a peaceful and sound sleep:
  • Spend time with them, tuck them in and read them a story, sing them a song or a rhyme. No harm in a few hugs and cuddles!
  • Turn off the Television set and stop screen time at least 3 hours before bedtime (that means - no screen time during dinner!)
  • Create a stress-free and soothing environment- dim the lights, clean the room and no shouting and screaming.
  • Provide protection from fears.
  • Avoid the afternoon nap so that your child gets tired and is able to sleep around 9 p.m. at the latest. 8 a.m. is a good wake up time.

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