This collection of 15 activities encourages children to look at visual information and analyze it in depth. This is not easy!
The activities revolve around two abstract concepts—a dot and a line. When they are put together in various ways, the fun begins.
For example, in the activity called And Dot Said to the Line, there are nine statements such as "Caught me!" "You make a good slide." "We're part of the alphabet." Students must figure out which dot-line picture applies. This provides a wonderful vehicle for children to gain experience in looking closely at visual stimuli.