Kids' Seasonal Mandalas

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
The harmonious patterns of these mandalas will calm youngsters who fuss and fidget and can't sit still--especially including those with Attention Deficit Disorder. It's almost like magic: kids take out their crayons, contemplate the pattern, and actually become peaceful as they concentrate on completing the picture. These seasonal images are especially appealing. One mandala features four trees growing out of the center of a circle, changing from bare-branched to summer foliage. Another is filled with flying butterflies, which will tempt children to use every color in their crayon box. Bunnies, baskets of eggs, flowers, snowflakes: each one offers creative fun for children...and a chance for their parents to relax, too.
 

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