Does your teen struggle with focus and impulsivity? Studies have shown that coloring benefits teens struggling with ADHD. According to Stacey L. Nelson, ATR-BC, a professor at George Washington University's Masters in Art Therapy Program, "a centering art activity, such as coloring a mandala (a circle design with geometric patterns), before a group activity has been shown to increase an individual's attention span and decrease impulsive behavior, promoting better decision-making and focus during tasks."
This beautiful coloring book features a wonderful selection of images including mandalas, animals, and geometrics that are appealing to young adults. Some of the pages have mantras that can help harness focus without stifling creativity.
Our custom coloring book series feature extra-thick craft paper, ideal for non-bleed-through coloring, and a special tear-out blotter sheet for you to put behind the page you are coloring if you are using alcohol markers. The spiral binding along the top makes it easy for right and left-handers alike to color and the cardboard backing makes it easy to color no matter where you are. A special To/From page make it perfect for gifting.
- 8.5 x 11 inches
- 39 pages
- Spiral bound along the top so pages lay flat and you don’t have to hold the book open
- Extra heavy paper to prevent bleed through
- A free tear-out blotter page to put behind the page you are coloring in case you are using artist markers
- A cardboard backing to make coloring on the go easy.
- ISBN-13: 978-0-9977011-8-0