Celebrating Dot Day

“Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties.” by Erich Fromm

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Join the millions of students, teachers, and librarians this International Dot Day, celebrating creativity and courage in 134 countries!  International Dot Day is staged to encourage people of all ages to harness their creativity on or around September 15-ish each year! The influence behind the event is the children’s book The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds. Below is how you can get involved with your class in a few easy steps:

Step 1: Register

 

Step 2: Download the free Educator’s Handbook

 

Step 3: Get ideas and connect with others through FacebookTwitter, Pinterest and this Dot Day Google Doc.

 

Step 4: Join Discovery Education’s International Dot Day Livestream on September 13th at 1PM EST. Register here.

 

Step 5: ‘Make Your Mark’ on September 13th, 2016. Don’t forget to share your International Dot Day ideas via #dotday!

 

There are a lot of resources to help you plan this day, including an International Dot Day certificate, check some of them out here!
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