Is Your Child Getting Enough Sleep? Make an Appointment Ask a Question Search Conditions Reviewed by Lisa J. Meltzer, PhD (June 30, 2016) This information has been reviewed and approved by Lisa J. Meltzer, PhD (June 2016). Want to use this on your website? Fill out the content usage request form and then copy this code: Summary: Is Your Child Getting Enough Sleep? 25-40% of kids will have a sleep problem at some point during their childhood. A warning sign is children who may display almost ADHD-like behavior when tired, a sign that they're sleep deprived. Newborn (0-3 months old) 14-17 hours of sleep per day Infant (4-12 months old) 12-16 hours of sleep per day Toddler (1-2 years old) 11-14 hours of sleep per day Preschooler (3-5 years old) 10-13 hours of sleep per day School-Aged (6-12 years old) 9-12 hours of sleep per night Adolescent (13-18 years) 8-10 hours of sleep per night Source: American Academy of Sleep Medicine More Information on Pediatric Sleep Sleep & Behavioral Health Sciences Pediatric Behavioral Sleep Services Sleep Disorders Sleep Center Find a Doctor You may use this infographic or our child sleep poster (pdf) with permission by completing our content usage request form.