Younger toddlers usually need somewhere between 12-14 hours over the 24 hour period, spread between day and night time sleep.
Older toddlers usually need a little less, somewhere between 10-13 hours a night. By five, most of them have given up their day sleep.
The reason that there is not a specific and precise numbers of sleep need is because children’s sleep needs are individual and can vary a lot from the average pattern.
If you want to check roughly how much sleep your own child needs, keep a sleep chart for a few days. Write down exactly how long your child sleeps. Whatever average amount you come to is probably about how much sleep your child needs. Remember that as you child grows, their sleep time will get shorter.