Wednesday, April 1st

Wake up! 
Breakfast & Morning Mindfulness
Morning Mindfulness and Yoga:  
Try this yoga for perspective – yoga and mindfulness combined!    
What’s the move? 
Fitness Challenge
2 Week Fitness Log
Challenge someone in your house to workout with you!!
How can you make the moves easier or more difficult?
Record your results and repeat the exercise again this week!  
Warm up & Fitness Challenge:

Join the Cal Ripken team with this workout!
How long can you hold a wall sit?
PART 1: What Do I Know About Gateway Drugs and Other Drugs?
Today’s Quote: Take care of your body; it’s the only place you have to live. (Jim Rohn)                  
– A drug is any non-food substance that causes a change in the body, the mind or the way someone behaves.
– In your journal, write a reflection on today’s quote.
– Make two columns on a sheet of paper in your journal. On one side, write “Good drugs” and in the other column write “Bad drugs.” Start listing some examples of good and bad drugs in your journal.
– “Good” drugs might include penicillin or other antibiotics for an ear infection, aspirin for a fever or headache or cough drops for a sore throat. “Good” drugs may also include insulin for a diabetic, decongestants (cold medicine) and asthma inhalers. “Bad” drugs might include cigarettes or cigars (bad for lungs and heart) and alcohol (changes the way a person thinks or acts; many people are killed by drunk drivers). “Bad” drugs also include drugs that are illegal, such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin and crystal meth.
– Tobacco and alcohol are drugs even though many people may not call them that. There are different forms of tobacco (cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, chewing tobacco) and alcohol (wine, beer, malt liquor and whiskey).
– In your journal, answer this question: Can a good drug, one that is intended to help people, ever turn into a bad drug?
– When young people take too much of a drug or use drugs to get “high,” they may develop other difficulties. They don’t learn the skills needed to face problems or how to cope with their feelings. In time, getting high becomes the only way they know to deal with uncomfortable feelings.
Lunch Time!
Remember to wash your hands before and after eating!
You’re going to recognize the songs in this hand washing parody!
Try this activity from BGCA!  
Healthy For Me: My Plate Menu
Leadership & Service M.E. Project: Friendship Matters  
Ready to Explore!?
Let’s take a Virtual Trip!
Learn something new about founding father and president Thomas Jefferson.   Explore his large plantation in Virginia!  
Check out this Instagram video on germs!

Fight the Germs! Clean all shared surfaces: Wipe all kitchen table and chairs, door handles, light switches, desk tops, phones, computers, kitchen & bathroom counter, bathroom sink and toilet.  
Arts Activity: 7 Things to Draw When You’re Bored    

STEM Activity: How to Make 5 Easy Paper Airplanes That Fly Far!    
Life Skills     Having trouble dealing with stress? Click the link below for a 10-point plan on how to deal with, manage, and reduce stress in your life!  
Creating Your Personal Stress-Management Plan  
College and Career Readiness   It’s never too early to start thinking about and planning for college! If you are in middle school, check out the Freshman Year Checklist.  
Freshman Year College Readiness Checklist
Sophomore Year College Readiness Checklist
Junior Year College Readiness Checklist 
Senior Year College Readiness Checklist 
Mindfulness Meditation
Time to unwind!
5 Minute Meditation You Can Do Anywhere