Activities for International Dot Day

September 15th is International Dot Day. Have you heard of it? Dot Day was inspired by Peter H. Reynolds' book, The Dot, which encourages students to celebrate creativity, courage, and collaboration. Brought to life by educator Terry Shay, this day is dedicated to getting children to fearlessly make their mark on the world! Here are a few activities for International Dot Day that you can easily do with your class on Use these ideas to celebrate and encourage creativity and self-exploration in your students.

Watch as your students use buncee to share how they'll to make their mark on the world.

Encouraging kids to express themselves and show how they overcame tough moments with courage is a great exercise for Dot Day. Using buncee to do so can help them to connect with their peers & teachers while practicing digital literacy.

Celebrities participate in dot day by sharing their desired impact on the world and inspiring kids to follow their example.

Learn about celebri-dots here. Have your students to pick their favorite and to create a buncee to explain why they like a certain celebrity and how that person's contribution can make the world a better place.

Let your students explain what their dots mean to them by creating a buncee filled with videos, photos, and a voice recording. This is the perfect way to showcase their talents and explain in a more creative way how they hope to make their mark!

From all of us here at buncee, Happy Dot Day! We are dedicated to providing a more creative educational experience for students and a simpler way to connect the dots with others worldwide. Be sure to tweet, email, or even snail mail us your dot day celebrations!

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