Monday, September 22, 2014

Celebrating International dot day

International Dot day is celebrated to encourage people of all ages to harness their creativity. The inspiration behind this event is from the children’s book The Dot by Peter H Reynolds.
The pre-primary segment of Oakridge International School also joined in this worldwide celebration on 15th of September.
The day started with the children listening to the heartfelt story of a girl who blossomed in her potential with little encouragement from her teacher. Children could easily relate with the story.
Each class came up with their own creative perception on the Dots activities.
The entire segment was bustling with high energy and spirit to come up with something new with dots.
The day ended with all the class soft boards having a special “dot wall” wherein children depicted their own creativity with lots of enthusiasm and proving that “Even a dot can make a lot of difference”.

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