Reopening: Moving Toward More Equitable Schools

Graphic Alphabets

Part of the Projects at Home Collection

Created By

EL Education

Create original or embellished graphic alphabets in different styles.

To get started with this project, check out this model:

Tips

  1. You can copy an existing font (lettering style) and make it creative or fancy in your own way, or you can invent your own font. Our models have examples of both. 
  2. You can make your font all capital letters to make it easier. You can find many fonts to choose from on your computer, and on websites like dafont.com. If you are taking a font from your computer, just type A - Z in capitals and print it out or view it on screen to copy the letter shapes. 
  3. Be creative and also work to be consistent in your style—in the height, line-thickness, slant, and shapes of your letters. 

Working on Projects at Home is different than working in school. 
We do not give you lessons or directions.
We give you models of each project to look at carefully, and then you decide how to adopt the project for your interests, skills, materials, time, and any new ideas you have.
Your project does not have to look like the models—it can be inspired by the models.
If you are proud of what you created, we encourage you to share it online with the hashtag:  #ProjectsAtHome.

Created By

EL Education

Create original or embellished graphic alphabets in different styles.

To get started with this project, check out this model:

Tips

  1. You can copy an existing font (lettering style) and make it creative or fancy in your own way, or you can invent your own font. Our models have examples of both. 
  2. You can make your font all capital letters to make it easier. You can find many fonts to choose from on your computer, and on websites like dafont.com. If you are taking a font from your computer, just type A - Z in capitals and print it out or view it on screen to copy the letter shapes. 
  3. Be creative and also work to be consistent in your style—in the height, line-thickness, slant, and shapes of your letters. 

Working on Projects at Home is different than working in school. 
We do not give you lessons or directions.
We give you models of each project to look at carefully, and then you decide how to adopt the project for your interests, skills, materials, time, and any new ideas you have.
Your project does not have to look like the models—it can be inspired by the models.
If you are proud of what you created, we encourage you to share it online with the hashtag:  #ProjectsAtHome.

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