As a retired educator from the Salt Lake City School District, I was invited by my artist/teacher friend, Trish Clay, to teach a zentangle workshop for art educators. There were 10 participants who used the ideas in their classrooms. East High School (yes, the REAL High School Musical setting) produced two fine bulletin boards at the District Office. Three different activities are presented here; single black and white six inch squares, large 9 x 12 inch background watercolor wash with zentangles added afterward, and small panels of four by a single artist. The best thing about this type of lesson is that it's something everyone can do and feel excited about. I only wish the teachers had put the student's name on the work. Everyone deserves to be recognized for their accomplishments.
Here is a gallery of some of the pieces. It is only limited by my very poor photography skills.