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  • Toddlers are growing, learning and developing quickly. By understanding and connecting with your toddler you will learn their cues and be able to support positive sleep patterns.
  • Learn to recognise your toddler’s tired signs or cues so you can encourage your child to go to sleep at the right time.
  • Toddlers need a cue to tell them it is time to go to sleep. This is usually something in their external environment such as self-soothing items, a bath, or a dark, quiet room.
  • Bedtime routines are predictable and calming for your toddler and can prevent sleep problems.

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Reviewed on: 27-03-2023