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March 13, 2020, may just be the day for that well-deserved afternoon nap. Why? It's World Sleep Day.

Sleep Updates  View PDF
Updated sleep recommendations for children and teens point to the benefits of getting enough sleep and the dangers of getting too little. “At least 25 percent of 12-year-olds get less than the recommended nine hours of sleep per night and there is increasing evidence that this impacts learning and memory..." (Sleep, children and young people, writing recommendations and advice.)
Upper-Intermediate

Best Sleep  View PDF
Many parents have only a poor understanding of how much sleep their children need, a New Zealand study found. (Sleep, children, discussion.)
Pre-Intermediate
Counting sheep?  View PDF
Britons now prefer listening to lions roaring and monkeys calling to help them get to sleep, according to a new survey. Miss too much sleep and risk becoming mentally retarded. (How to get to sleep, research, health, brain, 'even if', 'even so' and 'even though')
Intermediate
Max Vocabulary Worksheet - Bedroom  View PDF
The bedroom is a room in a home where you sleep. This vocabulary worksheet is another in our homes and houses series.
Pre-Intermediate