Sleep is very important to your child's health and well-being. It plays crucial role in brain development. Getting young children to sleep is often one of the challenges faced by many parents and that impacts adults too
Regardless of your child's age, the key is to have a predictable series of steps that help him wind down from the day. In fact the routines can be set way to early.
Setting a daily routine for bedtimes (and, if appropriate, nap times) and follow the schedule. Create symbols and signs as a visual representation for children to identify what routine it is now!
Do not wait for your child to start rubbing the eyes or yawning — that's probably too late.
Try getting off the screen 2 hours before bed time. Create routines for family as that will have major impact on children because children are constantly observing adults.
You can includes activities like, music time, reading a book that your child selects, narrating a story or having reflection of the day, example, "I noticed you worked with your speaking pen today, I wonder if you wish to repeat it tomorrow,"
Posted On: October 17, 2020 21:25 PM