Simple Colouring and Sequencing Duo Pack - Growing a Plant & Tea Time - Set of 96
These Simple Colouring Packs are a new colouring concept, purposefully created to appeal to those who have Dementia.
Each has a clear age appropriate image which relates to "gardening and planting seeds" and "tea time"
More information below.
Includes two themed packs - "Time for Tea" and "Growing a Plant".
These colouring and sequencing resources for adults have been created to appeal to those who have Dementia. Simple, easy to recognise, yet age-appropriate images and uncluttered backgrounds enable adults to enjoy the therapeutic benefits of colouring whilst helping to maintain fine motor skills, hand-eye co-ordination, concentration, attention etc. Images have been carefully drawn and presented to prompt memory recall, facilitate conversation and opportunities for reminiscence with clear images relating to making a cup of tea and growing a plant.
These can be used individually for a focused colouring/artistic session, or if used sequentially can help illustrate the process of carrying out the activity of making a cup of tea or growing a seedling or aiding informal assessment of visual or cognitive skills.
Why not use them as art/colouring/multi-sensory activity sessions by introducing paint, crayons, pastels, or collage the finished piece with rice, coloured leaves, feathers, cut out magazines etc? The finished piece can even be framed for display after completion!
Set of 96.Size: A4.
Other themes in the "Simple Colouring" range include Pets (50301), Transport (56033), DIY (56034) and Craft (56030).
Feedback from Ms O'Hagan (Activity Co-ordinator) used these activities with her clients aged 70 - 100. The colouring activity was used in a group environment but 1-1 with the sequencing activity. "Everyone enjoyed colouring the pictures. The items are big enough to put a design on the teapot, cup, plantpot which makes them unique". "The sequencing idea is really good for those with dementia."