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Does anyone know of any others?
It seems a great way to tie art in with other aspects of the
On 22 Oct 97 at 6:02, christ_concubine wrote:
> I am doing a project on coloring books and child psychology, and I
> was wondering if you could think of any on-line resources for me. I
> happen to be in favor of coloring books, having used them as a
> child. I find that they help your sense of how colors can go
> together, without having to worry about what you're actually
> drawing. I don't think I would have as good of an intuituve sense
> of color if I had not been able to use coloring books. I also do
> free-form drawings, but I think coloring books are essential in
> their own way. So sure, give your kids a sketchbook- it's a great
> idea.... but don't ban coloring books because you think they're
> uncreative. Your child might get something from them. Sincerely,
> Nora Lally-Graves Senior at Tandem Friends School