Use one of these two center signs to create a library center inspired by The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds. This is a great addition to your Dot Day celebration!
Objective: After reading The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds, students will "make their mark" by creating an original dot artwork.
Set Up: I cut out 4×4 squares of computer paper for the Dot drawings. Then I cut 6×6 squares from construction paper for “frames”. After students finish their dots, they pick a frame color. They tape the dot illustration paper on the construction paper frame. I usually laminated the art and display in the library throughout the year. This is one of my students' favorite centers!
For more details, please see my blog post about this center: