• INTERNATIONAL DOT DAY
     (Official Dot Day on the 15th)
    GO TO MY BITMOJI PAGE FOR LOTS OF FUN DOT ACTIVITIES! 
     

    Ms. Little's Bitmoji Artroom

     
      
     

    International Dot Week Activities

     

    International Dot Day was inspired by Peter H. Reynolds' book, The Dot, which encourages students to celebrate creativity, courage, and collaboration. This day is dedicated to getting children to fearlessly make their mark on the world in a positive way! Every year on September 15th-ish classrooms and schools around the world (81 countries so far) celebrate International Dot Day. Here at Marek Elementary we celebrate with fun activities for our students, staff, and families. I hope you will join us! Be sure to upload all your DOT DAY PHOTOS to the google photo folder so we can shar

    TUESDAY 13th Guess the Dots 

    Students can estimate the candy “dots” in a jar for a chance at winning it all!   

    WEDNESDAY 14th Delicious Dots: 

    Have dot snacks and bring a dot lunch :  Eat Dot treats – use edible dots (skittles, m&m's, smarties, marshmallows, sweet tarts, etc...), 

    THURSDAY 15th OFFICIAL INTERNATIONAL DOT DAY

    Dots, Dots EVERYWHERE!!!! Dress with as many dots as you can! 

    BEST DRESSED DOTS CONTEST for grade levels and Teachers too!

    FRIDAY 16th Make your Mark (Emoji Note Day): 

    Students, staff, and parents send email notes with an emoji on it and write a positive note of encouragement to a friend and pass it on.  MAKE YOUR MARK in a positive way today! Parents, write a positive note to your kids or slip a note in their lunch or on their pillow tonight.

            

     
    Books About Dots:

    The Dot  by Peter Reynolds

    Lots of Dots by Craig Frazier

    One Red Dot by David Carter

    Lots a Dots by Helen Davis

    600 Black Dots by David Carter

    Press Here by Herve Tullet

    Ten Black Dots by Donald Crews

    Put Me In The Zoo by Robert Lopshire

    A Million Dots by Clements

    DOT by Patricia Intriago