Why do I have to go to bed when the sun is still up?

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Most of us dream of Minnesota’s late sunsets, but it’s a nightmare for parents trying to put their kids to bed. During the spring and summer months, the sun often doesn’t set until long after bedtime for many youngsters.

I talked with KSTP about how much sleep kids should get and gave tips for parents on how to help their kids develop a good nighttime routine, even when the sun’s still shining.

Click here to see the interview!


Author: minivancommuter

Alise McGregor is a working mom with two girls. As the founder of Little Newtons, she's passionate about making education the primary focus of child care.

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