Teaching with Mandalas

What are Mandalas?
In the Sanskrit language Mandala means "circle" or "a circle".   Mandalas in the K-12 teaching context are a circular representation of visual art.   Mandalas may or may not have words.  Often Mandalas have a meaning, but they could also simply be a symmetrical representation of art.
Mandalas' popularity have grown to the level that you will often see Mandala coloring books at supermarkets and bookstores and some teachers have their students color in mandalas as part of student "free time". sentation of visual art with our without words that often have a meaning, but could simply be a symmetrical representation of art.
Mandalas' popularity have grown to the level that you will often see Mandala coloring books at supermarkets and bookstores and some teacher do have their students color in mandalas in their free time. .
An example of a Mandala Here is the type of Mandala the will be respresented in a coloring book.
At Teachtopia, we want to you to also think of Mandala's as more than coloring pages, but also as a tool for student to create meaningful academic content.
This includes but is not limited to:
About Me Mandalas
Historical Event Mandalas
Biography Mandalas
Book Report Mandalas
Point and Counterpoint Mandalas
While we are partial to students making Mandalas with white paper plates because we like the depth created by the perimeter, our free Mandala templates also work.
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