Lev Bely, 05.05.2012 20:29
The bee was always the mascot at Bradley Elementary School in Columbia, South Carolina, but last Friday it went on a small vacation. That Friday turned for a while into a butterfly day.
Few weeks ago the 2nd grade students started raising butterflies to release them in the end some time later. Veronica Draft, a 3rd—5th grade teacher working with autistic children, hopes students that participate in this project will learn a life lesson from it.
“We are all individually different, some of our butterflies came out at the beginning of the week, some came out in the middle, some just hatched this morning. We are all at different stages of life, but at the end of it we all get together to make a beautiful picture.” said Draft.
“This is how we want all of our children, not just the ones with autism, but all of the children here at Bradley, Richland One and all over to soar to success.”
Photo: Bradley Elementary School students release butterflies, http://www.wltx.com
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