Thanksgiving is tomorrow. Be sure to read about this experiment now so you will be ready to take possession of a turkey drumstick bone before it lands in the soup. Amaze your friends and relatives with your ability to bend a turkey bone that isn’t a wish bone. Anyone can do that. You are taking on something much bigger and stronger. It might take more time to reach your goal than the experiment suggests because it uses a chicken bone, but by changing the parameters of the experiment, you’ll be able to make this a true experiment and answer the questions posed at the end of the instructions.
Thanksgiving is often thought of as the beginning of the holiday season, a time when many people are out driving, often in bad weather. Combine that with the insidious habit of texting while driving and there is a toxic chance of unintended but horrible results. One week in November is dedicated to highlighting the very real dangers of texting and driving. On this site sponsored by the National HighwayTraffic Safety Administration and the Ad Council you’ll find thirty facts that relate to the dangers of texting and driving and distracted driving. There is attribution for each fact, so it’s not just an adult waggling a finger and spouting warnings. There are also videos and tips that will help you not text. Please heed these warnings so you can enjoy this holiday season and the intervening time before the next one.http://stoptextsstopwrecks.org/#home