Today we are going to celebrate #DotDay15 by creating an intricate "dot" that represents the spirit of Peter Reynolds children's book The Dot. Creating a dot is not really the challenge, it's more creating a original and inventive dot that represents you. Make sure you sign it and we'll create a short film of all our dots to share with the elementary students and social media.
Additionally today I'll be collecting your completed Shanti Peace Poster and your Illustration Friday drawing from last week for a grade.
My #dot- a quick expression of #creativity painted to celebrate @peterhreynolds #dotday15! pic.twitter.com/hodhVWWY6T— Tim Needles (@timneedles) September 15, 2015