Before I answer that question, some information on Daylight Saving time.
On Sunday November 4th we change our clocks back one hour. This change in time actually affects our circadian rhythms (our internal body clock). Even though the number on the electronic clock may read one way, our body clocks won’t match for a few days and will be running on the old time. Adults and children may need some time to adjust to this shift.
It’s best to have your child adjust his schedule to the new clock time for wake up, naps, meals, and bedtime, on the day of the time change.