Sleep is more important than you may think. The average kid has a busy day – playing, school, sports and activities, and doing homework. By the end of the day, your child’s body needs a break. Your child’s brain and body are growing while they sleep.
Establishing healthy sleep habits
From infants and toddlers to school-aged kids and teens, parents want to know how many hours of sleep are recommended. While it’s true that sleep needs vary from one person to another, there are some very reasonable, science-based guidelines to help you determine whether your child is getting the sleep they need to grow, learn, and play.