I have 2 girls.....5 and almost 10. Our bed time routine doesn't change that much in the summer than that of the school year. The girls are allowed to stay up 1/2 hour longer in the summer or during an extended break.
Katelyn the 5 year old must start her bedtime routine at 7:00 with lights out at 7:30 pm and Kimberlie the 10 year old starts her routine around 7:30 and is in bed by 8:00. On a school day or a summer "Mom has to work" day we get up at 6:45 and on the weekends they are allowed to sleep in to what ever time their bodies say to.
My children think I am mean, because all the other kids get to stay up as late as they want to.....
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we homeschool so our bedtime is a little latter so that we all get to sleep a little later. our set schedule is for bed time to be 9pm and wake up for 8am. that makes for 11 hrs sleep sunday bed time was 8:30pm didn't note lunch sorry mondy wake up 8am and lunch was breadless peanut butter and honey sandwich with apple slices and yogurt bedtime was 8pm tuesday wake up was 8am lunch was macaroni & cheese and applesauce, bedtime was 8:30 wednesday wake up was 8:40 lunch was a repeat of monday and bedtime was 8:40 thursday wake up was 7:30 lunch was subway italian combo and bedtime was 8:30 friday wake up was 8:00 lunch was grilled hamberger and yogurt bedtime was 8:45 saturday wake up was 8:30 lunch was yogurt nutri-grain bar and pistachios bedtime was 9:30 (late due to family nite at the zoo)
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