Recovering from an illness or injury is difficult and trying, but there are a few things that you can do to brighten up the patient’s life during this time. This includes adding arts and crafts programs to the normal rehab routine. They stimulate the mind and keeps patients active. Use Dried Beans and Legumes to Create a Mosaic Mosaics are particularly challenging, but rewarding as well. Patients can draw a template first, or start placing groups of beans and other legumes on a piece of paper to create a picture. The best legumes to use include kidney beans, peas, black beans, and lentils. Use different colored legumes for different parts of the picture. Birds, cars, and trees are just a few ideas for the mosaic. After selecting the template, glue the legumes onto the design. Color and Design Patches of Paper to Create a Quilt Build camaraderie among patients by working as a group to create a large paper quilt. Each patient will design a single patch of the quilt using a piece of paper. Draw patterns on the paper and color them in with crayons, markers, or watercolors. Also, glue cutouts from fabrics onto the paper. After each piece .....
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