Magazine article Working Mother

Slumber Party Planning

Magazine article Working Mother

Slumber Party Planning

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Sleep Numbers problem-solving and p&l calculations may keep you up at night, but weaving simple math into your child's bedtime routine is both savvy and kid-sleep-friendly with the help of Bedtime math (bedtimemath.org). the site posts age-by-age math problems based on everyday events so kids can sum up before hitting the hay. your child will solve his way to peaceful slumber-and you'll gain peace of mind.

After much pleading, your tween has finally gotten you to sign offon hosting her first sleepover. But before you break out the chips and scary flicks, create some ground rules, says karin mahoney, director of communications for the nonprofit Better Sleep council. Set expectations. talk to your child before the party about what's allowed and what's not. Fun notwithstanding, other members of the household still need their zzz's. …

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