Drawing outside the lines.
"When you color, it helps you to remember the simpler and happier times of your childhood."
We all know that coloring is fun, but it is also therapeutic and beneficial to our mental wellbeing.
Travel back in time, open your box of crayons, get to work on these vintage automobile drawings.
All of the kids whose parents could afford to, bought their kids every color you can imagine--Carolina Blue, Sunshine Yellow
Traveling with children instantly adds adventure to any trip and the getting-there part is supposed to be half the fun. Supposed to be!
I think the reason why coloring is enticing to adults is similar to why it attracted us as kids. The rules are simple: Draw within the lines and use the colors you want. You can't really go wrong when coloring.
I have nothing against hard copy coloring books, as I do own quite a few and often spend a nice morning opening my day coloring
Four child hood activities we can all bring back in our life-our adult life- full of responsibilities, bills, and errands.
Chef Daveux found that the Butterfly Pea Flower tea actually did the job as he boiled six tea bags and let the color form in the water. He then put some rice in a rice cooker, added the blue water and out came the Cookie Monster-looking rice.
As we get ready to get back into the school grind after the holidays, don't forget to take a deep breath. Sure, you may be taking way more courses than you think you can handle, or you may be worried about that one core requirement that you've been putting off since your first year, but don't worry, you've got this!
Art is everywhere but where it needs to be. There's crafty tutorials, creative lesson plans, and learning-centered art projects floating around the internet, in parenting magazines, printable worksheets and children's toy stores.