Most kids between the ages of 5 and 12 need 10 to 11 hours of sleep each night. But getting kids to bed can be tough sometimes! This game introduces children to the concept of getting enough sleep.
The game shows different animals. The challenge is to pick who needs more sleep — the kid or the animal.
|American Red Cross Babysitter's Training Course Designed for 11- to 15-year-olds, the babysitter's training course can help you care for children and infants, make good decisions, solve problems, be a good leader, and more.|
|National Sleep Foundation (NSF) NSF is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to improving public health and safety by achieving understanding of sleep and sleep disorders, and by supporting education, sleep-related research, and advocacy.|
|Babysitting: Jack's Tips What's it like to be a guy babysitter? Jack shares his experience and offers advice for other teen babysitters.|
|Babysitting Center Need advice on starting a babysitting business or tips on caring for kids? Want to test your babysitting knowledge and hear how other babysitters do it? This babysitting center for teens is the place for you.|
|Babysitting: 5 Questions to Ask Before You Take the Job Knowing what to expect can make your babysitting experience safer, easier, and a lot more enjoyable. Be prepared by asking these 5 questions.|
|Babysitting: Getting Started If you're thinking of babysitting, you'll want to know what to expect as well as how to market your services. Get tips here.|
|3 Things Every Responsible Babysitter Should Know It's extremely unlikely that you'll face an emergency while babysitting. But knowing you're capable of handling problems allows you to relax and focus on the kids.|
|Babysitting: Olivia's 10 Tips Olivia babysits for seven different families, caring for kids who range in age from 1 to 12. See her top 10 tips for being a great babysitter.|
|Babysitting: Bedtime Whether it's choosing safe sleeping environments for babies or handling an older kid's stall tactics, this article for teen babysitters offers tips for making bedtime easier.|
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