How to create a sleep routine for kids

01/7​​Sleep schedule for children is crucial​

Kids who attend school need to establish a solid nightly routine for their general wellbeing and academic achievement. Keep in mind that every child is different, so you might need to modify the routine to accommodate your child’s particular requirements and preferences. Be patient and adaptable while you develop and perfect the routine, and don’t forget to set an excellent example by upholding sound sleeping practices. Here are some actions you may take to create a successful bedtime routine:


02/7​​Establish a regular bedtime​

Based on your child’s age and routine, decide on a suitable bedtime for them. In order to maintain control over their internal body clock, make sure that this bedtime is adhered to every night, even on the weekends.


03/7​​Limit screen time​

Encourage your child to refrain from using electronics—such as phones, tablets, and TV—at least an hour before bed. Limit screen usage to one hour per day of high-quality programs for kids ages 2 to 5. Be aware of how much time your child spends on social media and online learning as they become older.


04/7​​Communicate with them​

Megha Chopra, parenting expert, entrepreneur and poet says, “Encourage your child to express any worries they may have about going to bed or going to school. Taking care of these problems can help people feel less anxious and sleep better.”


05/7​​Create a relaxing bedtime environment​

Keep the room dark, quiet, and at a comfortable temperature. Invest in a comfortable mattress and pillows. Some kids may find a nightlight or white noise machine comforting, while others may prefer complete darkness and silence.


06/7​​Get ready for tomorrow​

Organise your child’s school bag, their uniform and pack their lunch and snacks to help them get ready for the next day. As a result, the day can get off to a less stressful start in the morning.



Consistency is the key to an effective bedtime routine. Every night, try to follow the routine as closely as you can. Children’s anxiety can be reduced and bedtime can be more enjoyable for everyone when they know what to expect.


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