Our Little Ones Rock Finale



Why Did You Create Little Ones Rock?

The Little Free Library Started It All…

On June 4, 2017, my pediatric Speech-Language Pathology private practice, Children’s Communication Center (CCC), donated and dedicated three Little Free Library (LFL) units to the children, parents, and community to highlight the joys of experiencing  language, literacy & learning as a family.

We hosted a Take Your Parents to the Playground Day event, stocked the libraries with books for all ages, collected and donated books to our local Guardian ad Litem program, and celebrated with the community.

 

June 4, 2017: Dedicating the Children’s Communication Center Little Free Library. Photo: CCC/LSG

Daily, we filled it and it quickly emptied. It was immediately spotted by children on the playground. We smiled & watched little ones asked to use their parent’s phone to take a picture of the LFL.

We knew once it was established the Sharing would increase, but at the time it was mostly Borrowing.

On June 25th, three weeks later, we went to add books, and this happened…

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Hide & Seek with Little Ones Rock

Let’s Hide & Seek with Little Ones Rock!

Little Ones Rock: August 12th- September 7th Photo: CCC/LSG

Children’s Communication Center’s  will begin its Little Ones Rock event on Saturday, August 12th!

We will post pictures and then hide our #BeRocks starting with our words beginning with A. Then over the next twenty-six days, we will post pictures and hide the remaining rocks #AtoZ, one letter per day, but many #BeRocks each day. On September 7th, day 27, we will share our finale!

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Back to School, College Edition: Amazing Research at UCF and FSU

With younger students returning to school, our older “children” return to the universities and colleges for another year as well.

During these first weeks, we hear outstanding news from two Florida universities related to break through health discoveries.

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Back to School: “Whaat’s for lunch today?!”

The countdown continues and many of you have successfully made it through the first week of 2016’s school year.

Now that the supplies have been purchased and a week’s worth of lunches eaten, it may be time to rethink or expand your lunch choices. So, here we go…

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