Find it hard to stick to a schedule? Here's what you can do today [Friday March 13, 2020]

If the school suspension has made it tough to keep a daily routine, follow our guide for dividing up your day

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Today is going to be a great day!

With classes suspended, you may find it difficult to stick to a daily routine. Maybe you're easily distracted by Instagram, or maybe you're not moving enough. We totally get it! We're here to help you with a daily plan that can be incorporated into the study schedule you already have.

Morning

Catch up on the latest news:

The World Health Organisation has officially declared the coronavirus to be a pandemic. Here's what that means.

The NBA has suspended its season until further notice after a player was diagnosed with the coronavirus.

Billie Eilish's 'Bad Guy' is the bestselling song of 2019.

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Break

You've had a long morning of school work! Get your body groving with the classic, "What Does the Fox Say?"

Afternoon

Have you seen our latest competition? Invent a sport for the Indoor Olympics and you could win a Nintendo Switch and Ring Fit Adventure game!

Take a look at this fantastic junior reporter piece about eco-anxiety. Do you think you're dealing with it? What are some ways to cope with eco-anxiety?

Our latest talking points is about online learning. We know everyone has some issues with it, but what do you like about it? In what ways is it useful?