3NM Pupil Blog
This term in Year 3, we are looking at Healthy Habits
So often, people are telling us to be healthy. What does that actually mean? We were inspired by a video which follows Maya ,a girl similar age to ours , as she learns how to create healthy habits involving her diet, sleep, physical activity, spending less time on her devices, and the value in finding a balance. We know that our wellbeing is influenced by our physical and mental activities, as well as self-care and a balanced diet.
We sorted statements into Healthy and Unhealthy habits before coming up with our own statements and posters.
Here are the views of pupils in 3NM
Thomas M. – They are things your body needs to be healthy and happy.
Lilly C. – “Eat tomatoes and strawberries.” “Brush your teeth morning & night”
Ronnie S: “Never give up! Do lots of exercise!”
Reice F: “keeping my mind and body active through singing and dancing”
Faheema O.: “regular reading is a healthy habit because you learn new things”
Blake C:”I think a healthy habit is eating fruit and exercising because it makes us strong and healthy.”
Isla W: ”We need healthy habits to keep ourselves save and it is good to be healthy.”
Ronnie J: “healthy mind – believe in yourself”
Abigail K: “It is important to exercise my body and eat healthy!”
Elsie-Mae S: ”Drink water every day and eat fruit and vegetables the colours of a rainbow.”
Kaitlyn D:” You should do lots of exercise and eat healthy foods.”
Carlyle R: “Being healthy helps our learning and mental wellbeing.”
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