- Children who had consistent bedtimes had the cognitive edge in math, reading and spatial testing.
- Not having a bedtime is a reflection of "chaotic family setting" (anything after 9 pm) which means the children are likely to skip breakfast or have a television in their rooms, both of which have negative impact on learning.
- Families who don't have bedtimes also are lax about other things, such as nutrition or reading to their child.
- Young children who do not get enough sleep have more problems with anger and aggression.
Saturday, July 13, 2013
New research confirms the need for children to have good, consistent sleep each night, No surprise really.
Posted by dayle timmons at 6:54 AM