Getting to sleep for some adults is challenging enough, but when the kids can’t fall asleep nobody in the house is happy. We know the lack of sleep can cause undue stress on the body for parents, the same holds for children. An estimated 30 percent of kids have insomnia, and about 40 percent are not getting enough sleep at night. The effects of fatigue from lack of sleep in children can effect performance at school, create mood and behavior problems and cause relationship issues. Signs that your kiddo is having sleeping problems are issues staying asleep, having fatigue during the day, or having disturbed sleep from nightmares. All kids will have trouble sleeping because they don’t have a routine, they overate, or they are overtired. However, if it is consistent and it takes an hour to fall asleep over a lengthy time—you should talk to the pediatrician. In meantime, here are 6 tips for you to consider that will help your kids sleep.