It's that time again! Each spring, I bring 20Time to my classroom, and I am excited that we've reached that point in the year already. The most challenging yet best component is that the teacher does a project alongside his or her students.
For 20Time 2018, my project is learning hand lettering! The short explanation of hand lettering is that it is similar to calligraphy because it must be learned and it involves both discipline and constant practice. Unlike calligraphy, there are no special tools needed. While brush pens are common, most writing tools in your home office will work such as Sharpies, Crayola markers, and Crayola SuperTips. For more information about the difference between hand lettering and calligraphy can be found here.
Tomorrow is the first 20Time session in class, and I'm so excited to see how the projects turn out!
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