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#1 of 2 Old 11-30-2012, 06:35 AM - Thread Starter
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My little 5 year old daughter started pre-k this year and they have an hr nap time, well she hasnt napped in ages and she wants to talk when she should be sleeping or being quiet. They sent a note home saying next time she talks she will have to go to principle anyone have any suggestions on how to help her cope with nap time in school? 

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maybe she can take a good book to bed or other quiet activity, from what i understand they just want ot give folks a down time, so if you can talk to her about what she would like to do with that time and then get it worked out with the teacher. 

5 seems very old for a real nap, but still good for quiet "mat" time

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