I have put together all of my sleep schedules for you, across each age group so you can have them in one place. These are the same handouts I provide to my clients and that I share when I speak to MOPS and Mom's groups across Orange County.
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Download - Sleep Schedule and Tips For Your Six to Nine Month Old
At age two, sleep requirements drop to eleven hours at night and two during the day. Over the next year that will drop to ten and a half hours at night and one and a half during the day. Remember these are averages but variations should not be huge. Watch your child’s daytime behavior for clues to whether he or she needs more sleep.
2 1/2 to 5 Years
Four year olds need eleven and a half hours at night, and most no longer nap daily, although they do need about forty-five minutes of quiet time each afternoon and possibly an occasional nap.
Five year olds sleep about eleven hours a night, and afternoon quiet time is still beneficial.