Children who sleep are provided a bed with sheets, a blanket and a relaxed atmosphere.
Children’s beds are typically laid out in a circle, with an educator sitting in the middle at reach of the children, to provide them with an added sense of comfort and security.
When the weather is appropriate, some of our centres also have the practice of sleeping outdoors under a tree or in the shade.
For children who do not sleep a relaxation period in the day is allocated where quiet experiences are planned. These experiences might include weaving, pom-pom making, yoga etc.