Days of Gratitude

Days of Gratitude

What do we study?

In this two day class, participants learn the value of gratitude in a successful life. They discuss with students from diverse cultures and learn the role of Native Americans in the development of America.

  • Gratitude–a necessary element for your leadership
  • Native Nations and European colonies–experience an interactive overview of making history meaningful.

Thanksgiving Day is an important reminder of the power of history.  Days of Gratitude classes offer teachers and students an interactive overview of the origins of Thanksgiving Day, including:

  • Interactive discussions with students from diverse cultures
  • Learning the role of Native Americans in the development of America
  • Learning about foods and languages that are originally from America and now enjoyed by all.

While history is very important, Thanksgiving Day is also about the significance  of gratitude. Gratitude is a conduct one demonstrates toward others.  Dr. King says, “Gratitude  is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others.”

Developing gratitude promotes academic excellence, learning how to learn, cognitive skills, and the ability to comprehend what we see, hear, and read.

See our Upcoming Schedule for Days of Gratitude

For more information or to apply please contact Eric Fuller, (253) 867-7600 or eric@icleadership.org