> Hello Kathy,
> Totally Tangled is a GREAT Zentangle resource! I refer back to it
> again and
> The author also has some posters you might find helpful for your
> http://www.zazzle.com/ > how_to_draw_a_zentangle_poster-228747478343405663
> http://www.zazzle.com/alphatangle_poster-228865189138020783 > The posters come in various sizes, starting at $9.95 for a small
> (about 11"
> x 14").
> The Alphatangle poster is based on her Alphatangle minibook, which is
> another of my favorites.
> Now there is a Zentangle for Kidz blog:
> http://www.ztforkids.com/ >
> Finally, Sakura provides the following lesson plan:
> http://www.sakuraofamerica.com/images/stories/content_documents/zentangleles > sonplansmall.pdf
> Amy in TN
> K-5 Art Teacher
> Certified Zentangle Teacher
> P.S. The creators of Zentangle have developed a very effective and
> way to teach/learn pattern-drawing in a way which promotes relaxed
> They have defined a ritual of sorts, or ceremony of steps, to engage
> and non-artists in the process. It is this teaching method that they
> named "Zentangle" that they wish to protect. They do not claim to have
> invented the patterns, which they acknowledge transcend time and
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