SATs are approaching quickly and children are feeling the pressure of the week ahead. Here is some great advice to help you cope and stay calm.
You will need to revise maths, English, reading and SPaG. This will help you to feel more confident when you are doing, SATs. You don’t need to go over something a lot because you might feel confident, already and you could try something else** and that will help.
Getting a good night sleep
You need to get lots of sleep before your SATs. You will need to get at least 10 or 9 hours of sleep, if you get like 5 hours of sleep you will be moody and tired and you could fall asleep in class. And you will not know what you are doing and you might not finish.
You will need a good meal in the morning because if you have a little meal you will be hungry in class. You will need at least cereal or a banana they are good not chocolate or really sugary stuff so it is important to have a good meal.
If you want to go get some exercise you can go out with your friends or you could go to the park or play football or do a sport that you like or do something that you like or run and do some stretching. Why does exercise help?
Don’t stay up all night before you do your SATs or do not stay up all night doing home work or playing games till mid night then you will be moody in the morning and grumpy and will not be in a good mood.
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