After a busy day at school, a bedtime routine can help get your child ready for sleep. A quiet, dimly lit place to sleep will help your child settle in for the night.
Try to keep the bedroom free from screens like computers, TVs and phones. Playing games and watching TV takes up sleep time. And the blue light from screens can make it harder for your child to fall asleep.
Try a worry box. Before bedtime, your child can draw or write down his worries. At bedtime, he can put these worries in a box. During the day, you can talk about the worries and try to think of solutions.