Rather than wait until Dot Day (September 15, 2013) to make just one post, we thought it would be a nice idea to do an early post to give our readers who may not be aware of this event, a chance to join in on the fun.
We are huge fans of anything that encourages creativity and that is what this day is all about.
Read Peter H. Reynolds’ formal invitation to participate in International Dot Day here. Need a poster to mark the occasion? Find them here. Celebrating on a different day? No worries, Mr. Reynolds made posters for different dates to cover the closest school days to the event.
Speaking of posters, one of Neighbor Girl’s favorite posters in her room is a mini-poster designed by Mr. Reynolds for the book Guyku Haiku. You can take a look at this super fun and highly appropriate (per Neighbor Girl) mini-poster by visiting the original post. Scroll down to find a picture of the haiku mini-poster. If you are lucky, it will still be downloadable - my paws are crossed for you.
How will we be celebrating Dot Day?
Cool Mom requested the book, the Dot, from the library for us and we signed up to receive the Educator’s Handbook - filled with ideas. Truly, it IS filled with ideas. Since we are aware that Neighbor Girl will be super busy with her new school projects shortly, we decided to get a head start on our dots. We’ll post a picture of the finished product on September 15th but below is a picture of the start of her creation. Her chosen medium was fabric! Stanley and I will be placing our paw prints on our own dots.
Update 8/30: Okay, seriously, how kind is Peter H. Reynolds - look what we received in twitterland. If you are on twitter, be sure to follow him!
Thanks @StanleyNKatrina for sharing DOT DAY - and the kind words about my book : ) Loved your blog post! http://t.co/3UWqG3NQmfFinally, the question...will you join us in celebrating International Dot Day?
— Peter H. Reynolds (@peterhreynolds) August 27, 2013
As always, thank you for reading and sharing,