Experts suggest that a temperature range between 65 and 74 degrees Fahrenheit is best for a child's room, and it can help children and babies sleep better at night. Parents can place a thermometer in the child's room to help maintain a proper temperature range.
The ideal room temperature for children is generally whatever temperature makes the child comfortable. The easiest way to tell if a child is comfortable with the temperature is to feel his chest. If the child is too hot, his chest can feel sweaty or clammy, and his skin may appear mottled. Likewise, if the child's skin feels cold to the touch, the temperature of the room should be raised.