- A three-to-five-year-old needs approximately 10 to 13 hours of sleep a day/night.
- A child may have difficulties to fall asleep or may have nightmares.
- Bedwetting, growing pains and changes to day-to-day routine may disturb the sleep.
- If a child wakes up energetic and on a good mood in the morning, he or she has had enough sleep.
- A child can still take a nap but as they grow older and preschool age is drawing closer, they gradually stop.
- However, a rest in the middle of a busy day is still necessary.
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