What Age is Old Enough for Sleepovers?

MARCH HULAQ RESULTS

March 24, 2020


We asked. You answered.

Here’s what moms & dads from across the country say is the right age for a kid's first sleepover...


At what age do you first allow your child to sleepover at a friend's house?

 

HulaQ Infographic Mach 2020 - What Age For Allowing Sleepovers




















SURVEY SUMMARY

 

QUESTION:

"At what age do you first allow your child to sleepover at a friend's house?"

 

ANSWERS:

33% - No sleepovers for our family
17% - 10 yrs old
15% - 8 yrs old
14% - 7 yrs old
9% - 6 or younger
9% - 9 yrs old
6% - 11 yrs old
5% - 12 yrs old
3% - 14+ yrs old
2% - 13 yrs old


HERE'S WHAT SOME PARENTS HAD TO SAY:

 

“We only allow sleepovers with family friends or parents I know well.”

 

“My children are 5 and 7... but I think we might be ready next year - so 8 years old. BUT ONLY at homes of families we know well - where I have personally spent time with the parents, at the house, etc. If I don't know and trust them, it's not going to happen.”

 

“We only do family and cousin sleepovers."

 

THAT'S A WRAP FOR MARCH'S HULAQ

 

Be sure to take the HulaQ survey next time for more Q&A fun!

 

Stay safe and healthy...

 

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