Each September 15th (ish), educators read The DOT, by Peter H. Reynolds and implement DOT Day activities and ideas to inspire their students to discover and share their creativity.
Whether you have Chromebooks, iPads, PCs, or Macs in your classroom, you can use technology to inspire your students to “make their mark.”
If your students are new to technology, have them simply design a dot that reflects who they are.
After designing their dot, ask students to personify it and write a story about it's adventures.
Make it a DOT Week by reading even more books about dots, like Ten Black Dots by Donald Crews. Then, ask students to adapt it by illustrating an object that has a specific number of black dots.
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