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International Dot Day: September 15ish


Make plans to have your class participate in Dot Day 2012. Around September 15 teachers everywhere celebrate self expression and creativity by using this adorable book in their classrooms.  Share the inspirational book, The Dot by Peter Reynolds,  and then encourage your students to show their own creativity! If you are unfamiliar with the book, The Dot tells the story of how a creative teacher reaches out to a student in a very unique way and encourages that student to be brave and creative. Lessons we still want to share today!
There are lots of great resources for Dot Day. Download the Dot Day Teacher Handbook now!

Dot Day

Dot Day Teacher Handbook

The Dot: Available at Barnes and Noble

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