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Describe the importance for physical and mental well being of balancing periods of physical activity with rest and quiet time.
Physical activity must be balanced with work, especially in schools. Work balanced with play benefits all of society, and this is especially important for youngsters. [ Children become restless if their school day is not interlaced with periods of stretching, running, playing and other muscle and bone building exercises. As they are learning in their health classes, physical and mental
exercising go together. A well nourished and wholesome body that is regularly gets physical exercise, will be more mentally alive and active. ............Body and mind need to work together harmoniously and when work and play is interspersed during the day, learning becomes easier and more effective. ........... ]
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