|How to Connect the Dots 2021|
Join our "Connect the Dot Day" project to celebrate International Dot Day!
Students "Make their Mark" by creating a Dot any size using any materials, sign their dot, tell how they will make their mark, then share with others.
Here’s our project timeline:
1. Students will watch an interactive version of ’The Dot" by author/illustrator Peter Reynolds during their Library visit and discuss the project details.
2. Sometime during the week of Dot Day, students will make their dot, either in the classroom or at home, to turn in for our project "Connect the Dots @ Bay Farm"
3. Students will create their Dot, sign it, and will also think about "making their mark" on the world. They will be encouraged to write inside their dot a message of how they will make a mark to make a difference in the world. Turn in your Dot to the "Dot Basket" in the Library/Media Center when your Dot is ready.
4. On Dot Day (September 15ish) and the week of International Dot Day we will be "Connecting the Dots." We will string and "publish" our dots throughout the school and connect them with yarn links to show the power we have in making a difference when we focus our energies together.
You can participate as a class, or individually to let everyone know that you will be creating a Dot and give feedback about making your mark!
Happy Reading....and Dot Making!
Classroom teachers: Register Here to attend a FlipGrid Live event with Peter Reynolds on Wednesday, September 15 from 10-10:30.
Here's a movie we made showing our Dots from 2014
Sign up for Dot Day and tell us how you will make your mark!