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Nycol Didcote Oct 7
Prairie Sage Wing’s collective art project is finally up! Bravo les amis!
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Sonia Garza Oct 7
Replying to @SoniaGa06828514
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Our Collaborative Canvas ... We each chose a square. We picked colours that represent us. We added textured circles. We continue to make a positive mark in our community!
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Mark Stafford Oct 9
Replying to @mr_sharksclass
Homemade outfits. Students embracing the magic
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Philip J. Carver Oct 9
Reading tweet about the soapbox derby in this weekend got me thinking about when we had them as kids on Neponset Ave in this memory sent me down the πŸ‡ πŸ•³ and I found this gem πŸ’Ž from 1978. πŸ€
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Sinaloa Middle School Oct 14
Thanks to everyone who made their mark on our Dot interactive art installation!
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Jeanne Seehausen, MLIS πŸ“š Oct 7
Our 2nd Grade Teams were the winners of our "Dot Day Creativity" contest! They enjoyed a well-deserved Dot Day Party with yummy treats and games!
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DoInk Tweets 10h
RT : We used ⁦⁩ for some green screen fun celebrating in ⁦⁩ last month!
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BPA Art Oct 9
K’s Concentric circles from dot day are up!.
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Christine Jackson Oct 10
Celebrating creativity with our International Dot Day plates. Excellent job Kinder, 1st & 2nd grades. πŸ’™πŸ¦ˆπŸŽ‰πŸ–
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Irene Konyar Oct 7
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Jessica Wilson Oct 10
Putting in another vote 4 Brooke Lions because the display was out of this world!
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Jeremy Willette Oct 9
MS dots from have found a happy home in the as part of our newest art display. Come check them out now through the end of November. Dot Day may be officially over, but book reminds us that creativity should last all year.
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Ms. Shoemaker Oct 8
Students read a beautiful story and created a group masterpiece while learning to never give up.
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Kim Moncus Oct 8
Here's the last of the artwork from the 4th graders! They did an amazing job of combined Morse code dots with their own message and uniquely creative dots. art teacher
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victoria_chong Oct 7
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vaishnavi dusi Oct 7
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Karen Garza Oct 7
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Spencer Comeaux Oct 7
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