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One week after what was to be Spring Break for our Tallahassee area families, this Center started providing our Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) Telepractice Services.
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In coordination with World Read Aloud Day, we are proud to share the exciting news that our Director, Lori Savage Grayson, was recently interviewed by the Little Free Library organization for their first Steward Spotlight of 2020.
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We are celebrating with you and sharing 25 activities enjoyed by our families over the past 25 years.
We all know that summer requires shade and indoor options, but most of the activities can be adapted to year round fun!
YaYa and YoYo were in the blueberry fields on opening day 2019 at GMF.
Since many families have a favorite brownie recipe or mix, use what you prefer or try a new recipe. Then, add 1 cup of fresh berries and fold them gently into your batter.
YES, YaYa also added 1/2 cup of chocolate chips!
You can use one berry or any combination that works for your family. If you choose strawberries or blackberries, you may want to slice or quarter them.
We suggest that you allow your little ones choose the type of berries and the topping.
Today, YaYa sprinkled the top of the batter with sliced almonds before baking. But, you can stir nuts into the batter or omit nuts if that is not your “thing”.
Be sure to visit YaYa’s other recipes for more family baking fun!
Our Director, Lori Savage Grayson, will be glad to speak with you and answer your questions about how Speech-Language Pathology services with Children’s Communication Center might benefit your family.
NOTE: These family activity posts are meant to show that daily activities are beneficial to the development of SLP and related skills. However, the posts are not intended to replace SLP or other professional services.
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Enjoy and be sure to follow YaYa’s in the Kitchen for more family cooking & baking memories!
I do believe YoYo said, “This was the best ever!”
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