There are some great how-to lessons on zentangles in youtube. I use
them with my class. Some good, some not so good, so watch them first
and pick the ones you like.
On Aug 25, 2011, at 5:50 PM, Katherine Purdy wrote:
> Someone posted an idea a few days ago on the doodle thread about
> and I really liked the idea after seeing images of them I found on
> the internet.
> But I have had no success finding a lesson plan on zentangles or at
> the very least step by step directions anywhere.
> Googling and searching for 2 days! All I can really find is mention
> of classes people have taken and a million images!
> Found some books-Totally Tangled for example-and don't mind
> ordering book but I want to make sure I get the RIGHT book-
> so many out there-and I need a simple version for middle school.
> Also the ones I found on Amazon do not let you look inside!
> I think people are trying to "protect" the profitability of
> zentangles as I notice it's all copyrighted and such!
> Any resources people could suggest would be appreciated!
> Kathy in LA
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