The 2018-2019 school year is in full swing here at The Center for Autism and Dyslexia, in Bucyrus, Ohio. We are quite excited over all the new possibilities and experiences ahead of us this year. In addition to returning faculty and students we are fortunate to also be welcoming multiple new staff members and additions to our classrooms, each of whom have already proven to be excellent additions to our growing facility. We are thankful for the continued support as we endeavor to dispense continued hands on, attentive, innovative instruction.
This month, students in our Elementary Academic class enjoyed a fun visual lesson on “Our Water Cycle”. Using water, shaving cream and food coloring, students created their own substitutes for air, clouds and rain. Staff and student alike, enjoyed combining the elements and watching the results. The experiment allowed each child to create their very own “rain fall” in a fun, creative and hands on scientific procedure. They were then able to observe the coloring pool and fall through the shaving cream, giving an informative visual on condensation and subsequent rainfall. The water cycle has never been more fun.