How to help your child adjust to daylight saving - text version
Daylight saving might mean an extra hour of daylight, but it can also affect your child's sleeping patterns. Get some tips on how to make the transition a bit easier.
Gradually move bedtime earlier by 10 to 15 minutes each night for 3 to 4 nights before putting forward the clock.
Keep to their normal bedtime routine.
Darken the room as there will be more light in the evening.
Call Pregnancy, Birth and Baby on 1800 882 436 for information and advice from a maternal child health nurse.
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Last reviewed: September 2020