1. Toddlers

Sleep

Most toddlers need up to 12 hours sleep each night.
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    Is your child getting enough sleep? Get answers to this and other FAQs about children’s sleep, sleep problems, sleep needs and sleep habits. Article available in: Arabic, Dari, Karen, Persian, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese.

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    Children need a good night’s sleep. Our tips on how to sleep better can help your child get to sleep and stay asleep. A bedtime routine is a great start. Article available in: Arabic, Dari, Karen, Persian, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese

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    Moving from cot to bed is an exciting step for your child – but there’s no hurry. Here are tips to help your child make the move when you’re both ready.

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    Having problems with toddler and baby sleep and settling? Read how professionals can help with baby sleep, and find out where to get the help you need.

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    Calling out and getting out of bed are common sleep issues in children. Read how a bedtime routine plus persistence can reduce bedtime problems.

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