Hello, students. Are you having trouble sleeping or managing your
time? Don’t worry, we’ve got some easy tips to help you out.
Check out these simple ideas to improve your sleep and make the
most of your time.

1. Good Sleep Routine

Go to bed and wake up at the same time every day, even on
This helps your body know when it’s time to rest and when it’s
time to wake up.

2. Screen Time Before Bed

Try to avoid phones, tablets, and computers before bedtime.
The light from screens can make it harder for your brain to fall

3. Relax Before Bed

Read a book, draw, or do something calm before sleep.
It helps your brain relax and get ready for rest.

4. Comfy Sleep Space

Make your bedroom cozy and comfortable.
Soft pillows and blankets make sleeping more enjoyable.

5. Regular Exercise

Play and be active during the day.
It helps you feel tired and sleep better at night

6. Healthy Foods

Eat good food during the day.
Avoid sugary snacks close to bedtime.

7. No Caffeine

Don’t have drinks with caffeine (like soda) close to bedtime.
Caffeine can keep you awake when you should be sleeping.

8. Plan Your Day

Make a simple to-do list for the day.
It helps you remember what you need to do and manage your
time better.

9. Break Tasks Into Pieces

If a big task feels overwhelming, break it into smaller steps.
It’s easier to manage your time when you take things one step
at a time.

10. Use a Timer

Set a timer for tasks.
This helps you stay focused and manage your time well.
Remember, getting enough sleep and using your time wisely are
super important for feeling good and doing your best in school
and play. Try out these tips and see how much better you can
sleep and manage your time!

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relevant to what they are studying. Teachers help create an environment in which students can learn and
experience new things at the same time.
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