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How many hours of sleep do a 6th grader need?
A fifth grader should get 9 hours of sleep. Obviously, this is hard to maintain from a night-to-night basis. However, try to make sure a fifth grader gets 9 hours of sleep to …be at his/her best.
At least 8 - 10 hours of sleep. An average 11 year old needs about 9 - 10 hours of sleep per night
Preteens and teens need anywhere from 7-9 hours of sleep until fully developed
about 10 hours of sleep
At night a child of three years old should get at least 10 to 12 hours of sleep. During the daytime a child of that age could get 1 to 3 hours of sleep.
Answer at least 8 hours It's actually better for a teenager to get nine hours or more since they're growing so much.
At least 6-8 hours of sleep. For every two hours of sleep you miss per night you can actually reduce your lifespan by one year. Each person however has to develop their own sl…eeping patterns, your body may need 8-9 to feel fully refreshed.
ABOUT 8-9 HOURS A DAY
Infants and toddlers It is no surprise this age group requires the most hours of sleep on a daily basis. A newborn infant will require up to 16 hours of sleep per day. This …requirement drops to approximately 13 hours per day from the age of 6 months up to 3 years. Once a child reaches age 3 the need for sleep drops about two hours per day until they reach age 6. From age 6 to 9 the average child needs 10 hours of sleep. This drops to 9 hours once they reach the age of 9. Teenagers This group of young people, age 13 to 21, still should attempt to get a minimum of 9 hours of sleep each day. While this amount of sleep is important to their physical development, this age group has great difficulties in getting the suggested amounts of sleep. School work, part-time jobs and social activities demand a great deal of time and often sleep is the last element to receive consideration. Adults The amount of sleep for adults can vary widely from one individual to the next. We all have different metabolisms and sleep cycles. On average, for an adult to be at her peak performance level and in good health, she needs to average between 7 and 8 hours of sleep each night. It should be noted that lost sleep is not easily made up. If you go several days with less sleep than your body requires you should not expect to recover that lost time with one good night's sleep. Older Person The required amount of sleep for older adults, persons over 60 years of age, is approximately the same as for those under 60. This age group will also require between 7 and 8 hours of sleep daily, however it may come in a different format. Older adults, will requiring similar amounts of sleep, do not necessarily need it to be in a single sleep cycle. As the body ages its needs for sleep change and a series of short naps combined with a 6-hour sleep cycle at night may be adequate for most people. Again, the needs of each individual can vary widely.
9 to 10 hours
I would say an average 6th grader would need about 8-9 hours of sleep i am a 9th grader and i get at least 10 hours of sleep.
Sleep requirements are dependent mainly on age and activity level. A baby normally has around 12 to 14 hours sleep; a teenager (12- to 17-year-old) should have 9 to 10 hours; …an adult can normally get away with 8 hours of sleep. Adults need 7-9 hours of sleep. If still tired they should sleep even more. normally eight hours
children need about 8 hours of sleep but an adult can get away with 6 hours of sleep.
About 8-9 hours(: actually, they are supposed to need 10-12 but 8-9 does seem more reasonable a goal