Get creative on National Dot Day with this bulletin board display and activity.
🎨 Encourage Creativity With this Dot Day Bulletin Board
This bulletin board idea will encourage students to get creative on International Dot Day. The dot templates will have your students thinking outside the box (or circle), and using their imaginations to make something simple into a creative masterpiece.
Encourage your students to use different visual art elements such as color, line, pattern, tone, shape, and space to fill in the sections of the circle!
🟡 What is Dot Day?
International Dot Day is an international holiday celebrated by both children and adults. Dot Day is a day to connect, collaborate, and create.
Teachers and students around the globe participate in Dot Day by writing, drawing, painting, and making works of art in the classroom.
🖨️ 📌 Easily Download & Print
Use the dropdown on the Download button to download the color or black and white PDF version of this resource. The dropdown includes the following options:
- “Make Your Mark” in pennants (Black and White)
- “Make Your Mark” in pennants (Color)
- Dot Day craft activity template
Print all the bulletin board pieces on cardstock for added durability and longevity. After you finish the bulletin board, you can place all components in a folder or large envelope for easy access and re-use next school year.
Tips for Differentiation + Scaffolding
In addition to independent student work time, use this worksheet as an activity for:
- Classroom Brain Break
- Introduction to Visual Arts
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