by Terry Shay
Looking for some fun activities to provide creative fun this summer?? Theresa Wells-Taylor shares some ideas for creative kids to try:
“Decorating a paper plate is already a dot so you can use any materials,” Theresa said. She plans on doing dot paper sculptures for Dot Day next year. You can try them with paper plates and various other materials to make your own creations.
Bingo Dabbers require minimal supervision and are a creative way to explore dots. Theresa’s students also loved using dot stickers.
Sidewalk chalk is a perennial summertime favorite. Lots of creativity with wash-away mess.
Theresa also has had students paint tree rounds for a unique piece of dot art.
Theresa Wells-Taylor is a Grade One educator from Sherwood Park, AB. You can find her on Twitter @TheCandyDish or her classroom account @MsWellsTaylor1W
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