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Flag Cookie

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June 30, 2020

This 4th of July Flag Cookie is a sweet way to celebrate Independence Day!  Learn how to make these miniature Flag Cookies by watching the video tutorial.  Hope you have a blast celebrating the 4th! ?

Have your kids write out these simple directions on the Free Printable Flag paper (See link at the end of the post).

Steps to make the Flag Cookie Craft

  1. Spread the frosting.
  2. Add the blue frosting.
  3. Put on the stars.
  4. Trim and add the stripes.
  5. Add the flag pole.

Enjoy!

VIDEO TUTORIAL

To make a smaller version, use a quarter of a graham cracker square instead of half.

Check out the 4th of July Free Flag Paper and Writing Prompts post.  Click Here.

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Here’s what you’ll learn in The 3 Essentials For Telehealth Success:

✅ How to tackle the tech (for non-techies).
✅ How to captivate your client’s attention and keep them engaged!
✅ Tips for getting your parents and caregivers on board (especially if you wish they were more involved).

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…

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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

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