The World Dot Day is a part of International Dot Day. One million educators and students are joining the International Dot Day, on Sept. 15th, a global celebration of creativity in the classroom based on Peter H. Reynolds’ book The Dot.
By clicking a location mark on the globe, you can see all the dots created at the location as small images moving around. You can magnify them by touching them with the mouse pointer. In order to appreciate so many beautiful artworks, it is recommended to view in full-screen.
In World Dot Project 2013, hundreds of educators and students around the world are creating dot artworks, which are shared in this Scratch animation.