We are obsessed with our babies getting, proper hours sleep. Suddenly the sleep do not become the major or primary concern during the kindergarten years. We get so much engrossed with the development of our kids that we compromise with the hours of sleep a kid needs to get.
The consequences of irregular sleep hours are enormous, and the manifestation is, of course, in the kid's behaviour which we often ignore or think it will taper off. The saddest part is these lost sleep hours make the teenage years more difficult unmanageable and disastrous. The recommended sleep hours of a preschooler is 10 to 13 hours. The most appropriate being more than 10 hours of sleep. The benefits which you can reap is immense. All the attention related problems for a preschooler gets sorted out if the child has a good sleep.
Here are some simple tips to follow that can make your preschooler a happy child instead of a grumpy fussy one.
- The timing of the Kindergarten:
- Choice of Neighborhood Kindergarten:
- Limitation of Extra Curricular Activities:
- Dim the lights and reduce the sound at least 1 hour before the sleep:
- Proper Bed is an Important Aid in Sleep