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    nap time at school
    swimom189 posted:
    my gifted four year old twins will be starting kindergarten in the fall. at their school it is all academics in the am and nap, story , and play in the afternoon. they nap right after lunch in the nap room. after one hour they "turn on the lights" so the kids that were awake can go back to the room and some kids are woken up. at their preschool they napped for between 2 and 4 hours every day. they will be turning four next year and they will still need their afternoon nap,but i don't want them to miss out. also, one will fall asleep very easily but the other one doesn't. and she will cry for a little bit or be hyper. it takes her longer to fall asleep but she still needs her nap. would the teachers let her fall asleep?

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