To pre-K in a timely manner laid down for a NAP, the caregiver must strictly adhere to the daily routine in the group. It promotes the development of physiological habits in children. Preschoolers body gets used to a certain sequence of operating points. In that moment, when it comes time SANASA, the child's body is ready for a day of rest. Unacceptable deviation from the daily routine, as this will negatively affect the physiological condition of the kids.
Before you put the kids to bed, they need to calm down. Organize quiet games (e.g. Board games - nursery rhymes, etc.). Read a book to children. Quiet activities will allow children to transition from active play to rest.
Include water treatments. Spend a dousing of the feet, which not only ensure meeting the hygienic requirements, but also will contribute to the hardening of the children. In the cold season, maybe a rubdown with a Terry mitten.
Pay attention to the light in the bedroom. It needs to be dimmed, the curtains closed on the possibility.
Great importance is the color of the walls, ceilings, window curtains (or blinds) in the bedroom. Color should not be bright in order not to excite unstable psyche of the kids. Use for decoration of the bedroom to pastel, soothing colors.
Enable children quiet music (e.g., lullabies, classical works). It will allow children to calm down and relax. In addition, listening to music will contribute to the aesthetic education of preschool children.
In the bedroom, speak in a calm tone. During SANASA invalid shouting, noise, loud conversations. Encourage your children to a calm tone. This will help form a relaxed atmosphere in the group.