Zentangle for Kids
If you can get over the name, your child is not only going to love this book, he will actually walk away with transferable skills. Zentangles for Kids is an easy-to-learn, fun way to create striking images by drawing structured patterns. What is the difference between a doodle and a Zentangle? Doodles are often random and done with no preplanning. Zentangles are deliberate. The patterns each have a specific name and are built one pencil stroke at a time. By concentrating to complete a design, Zentangle for Kids intentionally facilitates a shift in focus while improving your child’s eye-hand coordination and fine-motor skills. There are many Zentangle books available, but this one for children has the clearest instructions, the most motivating assignments, and is fully dogma-free. Enjoy.
If the thought of Zen in the title scares you, bear this in mind. Anyone who has ever cross-stitched a design, knitted an elaborate pattern, or calligraphed a verse has experienced that same deep-thinking, fully-focused condition with no scare of embracing Buddhism. Or to put it another way, if you are comfortable serving your child Devil’s Food cake, you should have no reservations on using this book.
Another outstanding component of Timberdoodle's 2018 Third-grade Curriculum Kit! and Timberdoodle's 2018 Non-religious Third-grade Curriculum Kit!
Publisher: Sterling Children's Books
Publication date: 11/03/2015
Age Range: 7 Years+
Author: Jane Marbaix
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