This post is for those people with loved ones with dementia who are bored. I realise it will not suit everyone, but it is worth trying for those who might be interested. I don't think I'm contravening forum rules by posting the websites, as they are free to access . . . .?? (Moderators: please tell me if I'm not correct!) http://www.enchantedlearning.com/artists/ This site has dozens of artistic masterpieces from world famous artists converted to colouring in format. You can try your hand at being Picasso, or many other famous artists! The first part of the site (leave out the /artists/) takes you to an educational site that also has hundreds of pages of animals - dinosaurs, sea creatures, etc. - all correctly drawn (as this is an educational site). The advantage of such drawings is that they are not childish - altho' children love them too. (If you are downloading, do some extra copies for visiting grandchildren!) http://www.coloringcastle.com/mandala_coloring_pages.html This is just one of the many sites that has mandalas to colour. Some of these mandalas are very complex and might be beyond the ability of some AD sufferers, but if you look carefully, you'll find some simpler ones. Also, consider downloading and then asking your local copy shop to photocopy onto A3 paper. (Might be expensive so check out costs first.) One reason I like this second site is that it has HEAPS of other colouring options - check out menu on right hand side of page. Mandalas are very soothing for many people. They might have that effect on your loved ones - but please don't hold it against me if they don't!! If you have any success with these, you can Google "colouring + masterpieces" and / or "colouring + mandala" and should get other sites from which to download. You can also look these up on any major book selling site if you want to purchase books of these. I hope these bring at least some relief from boredom to some people. PS. You'll have to type in the URL - for some reason I can't just add it to the post.