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This is Leo. Today I’m going to teach you how to zentangle.
Zentangle is a really fun activity and it can also help calm you down and make you feel relaxed. I love to zentangle and a few days ago my mom and I even got my dad to zentangle with us. He made a guitar and it was really cool.
In this video, I am going to show you a couple different zentangle patterns: tipple, static, crescent moon, and printemps. I hope you enjoy this video. If you do a zentangle, please show me a picture!
If you are interested in Zentangle, too, Here is the book and the materials that we use:
The Art of Zentangle: 50 Inspiring Drawing, Designs, and Ideas for the Meditative Artist by Margaret Bremner
Thanks for reading!
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Cait co-hosts The Homeschool Sisters Podcast and is co-founder of Raising Poppies, a community for parents of gifted and twice-exceptional children. Cait is also founder of the Family Book Club at My Little Poppies, a fantastic community of book-loving parents and the Gameschool Community at My Little Poppies, a vibrant community of gameschoolers.
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