CDRC Marks End Of School Year By Tie-Dyeing Shirts

(VIDEO) The center provides educational programs for children from birth through age five.

The Christine DeVitt and Helen DeVitt Jones Child Development Research Center (CDRC) is now a little more colorful after dozens of children tie-dyed shirts to mark the end of the school year. The CDRC cares for about 100 children, according to its director Stacy Johnson.

Tie-dying shirts isn't just a fun activity for the little ones, it also serves as a science lesson too and has become an annual tradition at the center.

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