Describe your morning activity in three words.
Take a few minutes for yourself: meditate, stretch, or do some yoga. Eat a healthy breakfast to get your metabolism going. Set a goal for the day and plan how you'll achieve it.
Start Your Day Right!
Activity: An activity is any task or set of tasks that a person does. In the morning, activities can include eating breakfast, exercising, or getting ready for the day. Routine: A routine is a sequence of activities that are done regularly. Having a morning routine helps to ensure that important tasks are completed each day. Time Management: Time management is the process of organizing and planning how to divide your time between different activities. Time management in the morning can help you start your day off on the right foot.
Rising early in the morning can reduce the risk of developing depression by up to 18%. Morning exercise has been found to increase focus and productivity throughout the day. The best time to practice yoga is between 4 and 6 a.m. as the sun is just rising.
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What activity do you think would be most beneficial to start your day off right?
What are some of the benefits of having a morning activity that challenges your brain?
How did you feel after completing your morning activity?
What have you learned from doing this activity that you can apply to the rest of your day?
Brain break: Draw a tree wearing a bow tie, top hat, and glasses conducting an orchestra of birds singing
Question: What is a creative morning activity to do with a friend? Clues: • It should involve some physical activity. • It should be something fun and creative. • It should last no longer than 30 minutes. In pairs: Select and solve one of the tasks: A. Come up with an idea for a morning activity and draw a picture of it with a friend. B. Explain to a partner how to do the activity and draw a picture of it with them.
Work together in pairs: What was the most enjoyable part of your morning activity today?