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Nap Time Distractions


Another thing that keeps coming up.. my child does not sit still on her nap mat at school and is getting in trouble for it. Are there ways to help her learn to lay quietly even when she isn’t tired.
She recently told me that the spot she lays in isn’t good for her because there are SO many toys and it just makes her want to play and asked if she could be moved.
my response was no you have to learn to lay still. She’s 4. Is there any validity to her request? In my eyes she just has to learn and I don’t really want to give her a way out but maybe that’s wrong.
I would also love any tips for helping with that. I told her to lay down close her eyes and try thinking of a story she really likes but not thinking that will work.

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