Should recess in school be banned?
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School is for learning not for playing. There are 24 hours in a day, say school lasts for 7 hours (never actually counted and really couldn't be bothered) then there's still 17 hours for a child to play. A child should be asleep for ten hours that still gives a he/she 7 hours to play or exercise. then say they have a lot of homework (but they'd have even less to do because they'd get more work done in school) that could take about two or three hours at the very most. That still leaves 4 or 5 hours to play or exercise. That is definitely more playing time than you'd have at recess. Besides, a child only needs one hour of exercise a day. So that still leaves time for watching tv, playing games ect.
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Vote Placed by InfiniteBears 3 years ago
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