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should they spend time on and which should be eliminated? If no, why not?I think teacher should spend more time on productive activities. Reason being is the more fulfilling the activity is the more the child will have fun doing it and learning it. The activity won’t seem so much like a chore if made even semi-enjoyable. Also by having more productive activities it helps break up the day to day learning mode of English, reading and history. The benefits of physical activity may extend beyond the academic performance but children learn by participating in sports, learning rules, and learning to act appropriately in a social environment which in turn can translate into the classroom where children who are physically active may adhere better to the classroom rules and get along better with teachers and classmates (Park, 2012). References: Park, A. (2012, January 3). Let the Kids Play: They'll Do Better in School | TIME.com. Retrieved from Parke, R.D. & Gauvain, M. (2009). Child psychology: A contemporary viewpoint(7thed.). Boston: McGraw-Hill. ISBN: 978-0-07-338268-5