At this time of year, families gather around the sumptuous feast, give thanks for blessings from the previous year, and then play a game of football in the back yard or fall asleep while watching their favorite team on TV.
This year, Entelechy Education offers you a new look at the old traditions: the STEM associated with the holiday….
So, when you’re sitting around your Thanksgiving table, amaze your family with your knowledge of STEMSgiving trivia. And remember to not only say you are thankful, but do things that show your gratitude. Giving thanks every day, not just on Thanksgiving, is good for your health. Research shows that grateful people have more energy, sleep better, exercise more, have lower blood pressure, and are more appreciated by others. What are you thankful for?
Author: Renee Heiss