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  • Art Therapy: Stained Glass: 100 Designs for Colouring and Relaxation

    Art Therapy: Stained Glass: 100 Designs for Colouring and Relaxation

    by Sophie Leblanc

    Since the middle ages, stained glass has been used to create beautiful and elegant works of art, loved and admired around the world. Stained Glass is a collection of stunning patterns inspired by stained-glass designs from medieval art to Art Nouveau. Colouring-in is not something that only children can enjoy. Adults are rediscovering the pleasure and benefits to be derived from this activity. It’s a wonderful way to let your creative side express itself, and also a highly relaxing process, as your attention is drawn away from the stresses and...

  • Artistic Autistic Colouring Book: Precision colouring for the creative obsessive

    Artistic Autistic Colouring Book: Precision colouring for the creative obsessive

    by Peter Myers

    Enter a world of order, detail and precision through every page of this extraordinary colouring book. Providing a mesmerizing snapshot into the creative world of autism through the mind of Peter Myers, an artist with Asperger's Syndrome, the book includes an introduction by the artist along with a collection of pen and ink illustrations ready to be brought to life. Letting his imagination inspire his creativity, Peter's artwork captures perfectly his constantly changing and shifting ideas, down to the very last millimetre. Add your personal stamp to these beautifully complex...

  • Getting Along with Others

    Getting Along with Others

    by Boys Town Press

    Parents, teachers, counsellors and day-care workers can use this colouring book to teach children social skills and give them incentives for getting along both with their peers and adults. Twenty-four fun-filled charts encourage children to tell the truth, ask permission, correct mistakes, share with others, say they're sorry, listen to others, interrupt in a nice way, etc. Six more charts let adults target skills of their own choosing with kids. Also in the 32-page activity book are suggestions on how to effectively use the charts and offer rewards that keep...

  • How Do You Doodle? Drawing My Feelings and Emotions

    How Do You Doodle? Drawing My Feelings and Emotions

    by Elise Gravel

    They doodle when they are mad, they doodle when they are glad, and they doodle when they are sad. They doodle just about anything they want! What about you? Do you doodle, too? How Do You Doodle? has over 40 doodle games for you to doodle, scribble, and draw out your thoughts, emotions, and feelings. You can draw or write whatever you want in this book — cute drawings, silly drawings, even ugly drawings. Be creative and express yourself! Your doodles will help you to understand and recognize your...

  • It's Not Okay to Bully - Colouring Book

    It's Not Okay to Bully - Colouring Book

    by Cordelia Anderson

    Violence prevention becomes fun and engaging with the use of this colouring book in the classroom, at home, or in child care setting. Easy to read text and images to colour help children understand that bullies can be stopped in many ways. This colouring book reinforces positive ways for children to work and play together in peace Created with Cordelia Anderson – Nationally acclaimed violence prevention specialist and co-creator of touch video with Illusion Theatre Company 16 pages Grades K - 3  

  • Mates Traits: Cards and bonus colouring book for building friendships and preventing bullying

    Mates Traits: Cards and bonus colouring book for building friendships and preventing bullying

    by Innovative Resources

    * * Making friends comes absolutely naturally to many children. But even young children may find forming friendships a highly complex business, overlaid with social rules and expectations imposed by adults and their peer group. Mates Traits is a set of 32 colourful, light-hearted cards that describe some of the characteristics of real friendship. Using a delightful cartoon cast of Australian birds and animals, Mates Traits attempts to unlock the strengths, attributes and understandings that go into friendship-making. What are the strengths needed to make friendships work? What does real friendship look...

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