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Weekly Challenges: Plan a daily routine to stay healthy

27 Jan 2021

Capital Radio DJ Roman Kemp asks children to map out their days to ensure they stay positive during lockdown

The Premier League is continuing to support families and teachers in lockdown by providing free, weekly home-learning activities.

Suitable for five to 11-year-olds, the new Premier League Primary Stars Weekly Challenges have a theme of health and wellbeing, and are supported by curriculum-linked resources.

Adding structure to your day

Planning a daily routine is an important way to stay positive and healthy at any time, not just during the coronavirus pandemic.

It is key to have structure to your day and ensure you have time to do activities that make you or others feel better.

That’s why, for this week's Premier League Primary Stars Challenge, we're asking families to create a daily planner.

Think about the things you want to do in your day that will benefit your health and wellbeing.

Making time for fun and relaxation

Radio presenter and Arsenal fan Roman Kemp has released a video setting out this week's activity.

"I make sure I set aside time to do the things that make me happy and help me relax," Kemp says.

"For instance, I do some exercise, I kick a ball about as much as I can inside the house. I talk to my friends. I speak to my family.

"I make sure I set aside enough time so that I can watch the football in the evenings, which is a life-saver."

To plan your daily routine, head to the Premier League Primary Stars Weekly Challenges site and download the worksheet that you can fill in together, or grab a pen and paper and get started.

Share your plans

Share a picture of your plans with us on Twitter @PLCommunities using #PLPrimaryStars and #WeAreOneTeam.

For more information on the Daily Routine challenge and other fun, free home-learning activities, head to the home learning section on PL Primary Stars.

You can also visit our #StayWell hub for ideas and information on how to support positive mental health.

Also in this series

Part 1: Dan Walker - Write a poem to stay connected
Part 2: Dr Alex George - Draw an act of kindness
Part 4: Helena Pielichaty - Create a character who inspires others
Part 5: Katie Thistleton - Become an internet detective
Part 6: Ben Shires - Warm up with a Super Move
Part 7: Ashley Williams - Create a motivational team talk
Part 8: Bellos and Lyttleton: Become a lockdown quiz master

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