Following up on our previous post, we hope that all of you got inspired by Jake Weidmann – the youngest Master Penman in the world! (It’d be awesome to have a title like that!) HandsUp4Handwriters is especially proud of Weidmann because he is serves as the perfect inspiration for all our handwriters who follow this blog. … More Chapter 7: Hand Lettering or Calligraphy?
As we have all established that the lack of handwriting practice in our society is problematic, it is now time to combat the problems. The purpose of the handwriting relay game was to have a look at everyone’s handwriting styles which was a successful activity that attracted many handwriters. Now, we want to encourage you to practise … More Chapter 6: Do you know the term “Master Penman”?
Hands up for everyone who participated in the handwriting relay game on HandsUp4Handwriter’s Facebook campaign page last week! It was a great opportunity to bond with our ever growing Facebook community. Here’s a collage of all the submissions: Everyone one of us have a unique style of handwriting. There are those who have extremely neat … More Chapter 5: 5 Easy Handwriting Tips For You
We think it’s about time we get practical with our handwriting and get to know each other a little more. If you’ve been following the blog, Facebook and Twitter pages for HandsUp4Handwriters there have been numerous posts about how handwriting triggers parts of the brain that enhances our educational performance. We also discovered that our handwriting essentially shows … More Chapter 4: What does your handwriting look like?
We wonder if the image above reminds you of the term “running writing”. It’s what we used to refer to as “cursive handwriting” back in our primary school days. Remember how challenging it was when we first learnt how to connect the letters one after another to form a word without taking our pens off the … More Chapter 3: Can you write CURSIVE?
If this question was asked a decade ago, people would have responded with a confused expression. Personally, this is what would have crossed my mind “What a weird question to ask? Who doesn’t have pen and paper in their bag?” But nowadays, it’s becoming a common question in the classroom and lecture rooms. I hear it all … More Chapter 2: Where’s your pen and paper?
Handwriters! How creative and cool is this? So different to those boring typed up ‘About’ pages on a blog! This one actually makes us read it. You should try it too. Source: petite moi Happy Handwriting 🙂 – Y.K-