4. Fill in Other Types of Activities

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In the previous video, you recorded activities that use technology or a screen in your activities journal.

In this video, you will add activities that didn’t use technology.

Then, you will compare how you spent your time and decide whether you have a healthy balance between connected and non-digital activities.

To begin, go to the slide for the first day in your activities journal.

Then, add at least two activities from your day that did not involve a screen or device.

Remember, devices include computers, smartphones, tablets, and televisions, or anything else with a screen.

You might include: hobbies, such as playing sports, reading, making music or art, sharing a meal or having a conversation with another person, schoolwork and housework, like written homework, studying, chores, and errands, Or going somewhere, whether you walked, drove, or used public transportation.

Just be sure that you weren’t on your phone while you were doing the activity!

Then, add the amount of time spent on each activity.

It’s okay to guess if you don’t know exactly.

Be sure to include details about your experience and surroundings, such as: Who you were with or if you were alone, Where you were, And why you did the activity.

Great work!

You’ve completed a slide with: A list of digital activities, And a list of activities that don’t use technology.

To continue your journal, fill in both types of activities for each day.

Now, it’s your turn: Add at least two activities that don’t use technology to each day of your journal, And include details about the activities, Then, move on to the next video to add emojis to your journal.


  1. Add at least two activities that don’t use technology to each day of your journal.
  2. Include details about the activities.