Sharing our Dot Day Work with You!
We’re spending the week connecting with classrooms throughout the country in celebration of International Dot Day. Here’s a quick peak at some of the classes who we’ll get to meet this week.
Kindergarten practiced writing letters and then decorated with some very colorful dots.
1st Grade made dots by sharing fractions of their own creations with their classmates in order to create something totally new.
|(Sample shown above. Student work on the way!)|
2nd Grade took inspiration from Herve Tullet’s Press Here to interact with readers through dots.
3rd Grade created and named all new paint colors thanks to inspiration from Peter H. Reynold’s Ish.
…and then they created special secret messages to share with our connecting classes based on an image we saw in Peter H. Reynold’s I’m Here.
4th Grade loved playing DOTS, the popular iOS game, so much that they created class awards with their own dot designs.
And 5th Grade made sets of trading cards to trade with the students in the classes we see throughout the week.
A table of awesome #DotDay cards made by one of our 5th grade classes. http://ift.tt/1sTQUnE
— Ducketts Lane LMC (@DLESlibrary) September 14, 2014
Happy International Dot Day, everybody!
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