This adorable Teddy Bear Beach Cookie complete with a sandy beach is sure to make a splash at your next pool party! Kids can make a teddy bear sunbathing on a tiny towel or floating in a sweet, swim ring. Beach life has never tasted so good!
Plus, your child will practice important fine motor skills such as using a knife to spread the frosting, holding scissors to cut and a pincer grasp to pick up the small treats between thumb and index finger. If your child assembles several cookies, you can get a lot of practice in for these important fine motor coordination skills
TEDDY BEAR BEACH COOKIE
- OREO cookie
- Crushed graham cracker
- Blue frosting (or Vanilla with blue food coloring)
- 1 Teddy Graham Cookie
- Candy: Rainbow Airhead candy or 1 Gummy Lifesaver Candy
You will need: Knife, scissors, rolling pin
Create Your Beach Scene!
- Spread the blue frosting on top of the cookie.
- Crush graham crackers into crumbs.
- Use your pincher fingers to sprinkle the crumbs onto half of the cookie.
- Poke a bear into the lifesaver hole for a floatie OR
- Place a bear on top of the rainbow candy beach towel.
ON DEMAND TRAINING
You’ll walk away from this training with 3 specific steps to immediately feel more prepared and confident before your next telehealth session… pretty cool right?…so if you want a few secrets to feel more confident and competent when it comes to your online practice…
On Demand Training | AOTA Approved! (1 CEU)
Here’s what other’s have to say about the training…
“Jessica made the introduction to telehealth less intimidating to me. I can now breathe and move forward.” ~ Stephanie OTR/L
“Jessica’s course made me feel more positive and comfortable about telehealth practice. It was practical and actionable; I can use Jessica’s suggestions right away.” ~ Kelli OTR/L
“I just finished watching your course and loved every minute of it! The lessons are very informative and engaging.” ~ Sabrina COTA/L
“The telehealth resources were a hit, so I plan to keep on using them even though I’m back to working with kids in person.” ~ Suzanne OTR/L