15 Mar 15 Months to Three Years Old Sleep Cycle
There’s no doubt about it, children need to conquer deep sleep in order to accomplish daily mental and physical development. If you have been relying on a child care provider and you’re not happy with their current sleeping arrangements, it’s important to understand that at Little Newtons in Maple Grove, we make it a priority for your child to get the amount of sleep they need each day. But the question is, “How much sleep does your newborn or 10 to 15 month old need?” Catch up by reading our previous post to learn the answer to that question, and then continue by reading to learn how much sleep a child between the ages of 15 months to three years needs.
15 Months to Three Years
Your child still needs quite a bit of sleep to have a good day of development, both mentally and physically. Your young child needs about 12 to 14 hours of sleep per day, and that’s without naps. So, it’s important that you move their bedtime to an earlier time of day to help them adjust to not taking a nap. We recommend that you move your child’s bedtime to 6:00 PM or 7:30 PM in order for them to stay consistent in their sleeping habits.
Sleeping is highly important for everyone, but it is especially important to children who are continuing to develop both mentally and physically on a daily basis. To learn more about how our child care in Maple Grove accomplishes consistent sleep cycles, give us a call. Meanwhile, stay tuned for our next blog if you have a child who is three to six years old.