Is your child going to bed at the ‘right’ time?

Is your child going to bed at the ‘right’ time?

A primary school in America posted a chart on their Facebook to help parents understand what time their child should be going to bed. Although they thought they were doing a good deed, it hasn’t gone down too well with parents across the globe after going viral.

The sleep table matches children’s suggested bedtimes with wake-up time and age, and recommends that 5-year-olds need 12 hours of sleep while 12-year-olds need between 9 and 10 hours.

So do you think this chart is accurate and helpful or do you think the parents should decide themselves how much sleep their child needs?
















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  1. Not sure what the fuss is all about. I’ve had 5 children. The 2 youngest being 10 and 11. They are in the same room and go to bed around 8:30-8:45pm. The older needs less sleep and likes to be up about 6:30am. The younger needs more sleep and is up at 7am. The younger goes to sleep almost immediately and the older lies and muses a while before dropping off. All of my children have slept well, known what time to stay in bed until at the weekend! What is the issue?

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