charitable events have more than one goal. Your budget should take into account your fundraising goal, ensuring that you raise that amount above and beyond all expenses. Target Audience: Who is the target audience for your event? Heres what the page looks like when the pencil dots are done: Lightly penciled dots create 6 boxes for the step-by-step illustrations.
Simply collect Web sites, enter them into TrackStar, add annotations for your students, and you have an interactive, online lesson called a Track. TrackStar is your starting point for online lessons and activities. I often use my Zentangle pencil first to get an idea of how to place strokes correctly, then I throw all caution to the wind and let it rip with the pens. Heres an example of the boxes ready to go: Ive only use one side of each page because some tangles are quite dense with ink and there can be a little bleed-through through on the back of the page. Will there be entertainment? Be sure to leave a little extra room in your budget for unforeseen costs. Search the database by subject, grade, or theme and standard for a quick and easy activity. To start with, I use Moleskine squared notebooks. The first book of my tangle library, now replaced with the larger size Moleskine with room for 15 tangles per page. Leadership: As part of your fundraising efforts, your event will most likely have a host committee and one or more host committee chairpersons. This is the 5 x 8 1/4 large notebook I use for my library of patterns. The squared pages provide light guidelines and these help me get more accurate proportions when I draw.