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Exercise & Rest Posters
Exercise & Rest Posters
Sleep is extremely important for helping the brain to work normally, and this is especially the case for teenagers. According to the National Sleep Foundation, only 15% of teens get the recommended 8½ hours of sleep on school nights. When teens don’t get enough sleep, they will be prone to suffer from consequences such as an inhibited ability to learn and concentrate, moodiness, behavior problems, and drowsy driving. None of these conditions are ideal in the school environment, so wise administrators and teachers look for ways to teach kids about healthy sleep habits.
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Put Exercise on Your Playlist.
Give sound advice about the importance of regular exercise. Help students lower their risk of obesity while improving academic performance.
Got Exercise on Your Brain?
Educate students on the importance of exercising.
Encourage regular exercise to boost health.
Exercise is Good for Your Weight.
Stress the importance of maintaining a healthy weight.
Give your brain a rest and do better on a test.
Proper rest has a direct effect on student performance.
Feed your body right, sleep 8 hours at night.
Students do better on tests with 8 hours of rest.
Catching Your Z's at night could lead to an A+
Students achieve better success with proper rest.
Sitting on Higher Grade
Students achieve better grades through sitting posture.
Make your dreams succeed, get the rest you need.
Sleep 8 hours at night to be your best.
Empower Your Students With Healthy Sleep Education Posters
Start a healthy sleep campaign by displaying Principals Essentials' K12 posters around your school hallways and classrooms with catchy positive messages such as:
? “Give your brain a rest and do better on a test.”
? “Feed your body right, sleep 8 hours at night.”
? “Catching your Z’s at night could lead to an A+”
? “Make your dreams succeed, get the rest you need.”
These colorful posters are packed with facts and persuasive images to help teens get the message that more sleep will help them do better in school. If students get more sleep, the school may see a myriad of positive results. In fact, one school in Kentucky reported a 17% drop in student car crashes two years after administrators changed the start of school to one hour later, effectively allowing teens to sleep a bit longer.
Start a Healthy Sleep Campaign at Your School
Start your school’s healthy sleep campaign today by ordering our bright and effective K12 Sleep Healthy Posters today! You’ll be surprised what a difference it can make for your students, teachers, parents and administrators.