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Students can celebrate International Dot Day with a collaborative Dot that gives everyone a chance to Make their Mark!

Students can celebrate International Dot Day with a collaborative Dot that gives everyone a chance to Make their Mark!

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Make Your Mark Make Your Mark Presentation Transcript

  • Let’s Make a Mark collaboratively
  • Suppliescircular color diffusion paper (or coffee filters) fresh water based markers water spray bottle
  • Pick a colorand a unique mark
  • Add Your Markabout 10 times-spread them around
  • Let the next person add their marks
  • Let the next person add their marks
  • Let the next person add their marks
  • Let the next person add their marks
  • Let the next person add their marks
  • Now add a new mark that activates the empty places
  • Now add a new mark that activates the empty places
  • Now add a new mark that activates the empty places
  • Now add a new mark that activates the empty places
  • Now add a new mark that activates the empty places
  • Now add a new mark that activates the empty places
  • If you’re finishedput away the markers and get ready to spray
  • Let the colors blend and fill the empty spaces
  • Walk it carefully to the drying rack
  • Make Your Mark!When it’s Dry have students sign it!