Ms. Jackie Richardson

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Ms. Jackie Richardson

Welcome to Ms. Richardson's First Grade Class!

Email: jrichardson@ewsd.org
Phone: 857-7833

 

Please check out our class blog below!

 

  • Face Painting Celebration!

    Posted by Jaclyn Richardson on 10/4/2019

    We are safe, kind and responsible!

    Face paint

    Face paint

    Face paint

    Face paint

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  • Mount Mansfield Hike!

    Posted by Jaclyn Richardson on 10/2/2019

    Mount Mansfield!

    What a day! Such growth and perseverance- I think everyone had a beautiful moment to take away from our experience. Thank you families-you are amazing! More pictures on the photo gallery.

     

     

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  • Reading Partners Work Together!

    Posted by Jaclyn Richardson on 9/20/2019

    During Reading Workshop, first graders have been busy building good habits. We have learned how to take sneak peeks, check our sneak peeks when we have finished reading and to do something at the end of a book. Readers can reread, think about, show and explain their favorite parts and retell what they have read.

    Children have been working on sharing their thinking during reading partnerships. This is a powerful and fun way to communicate our learning to others.

    Partner Reading

    Partner Reading

    Partner Reading

    Partner Reading

    Partner Reading

    Partner Reading

    Partner Reading

    Partner Reading

    Partner Reading

     

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  • Earth, Sun, Light, Shadow-We are Connected in So Many Ways!

    Posted by Jaclyn Richardson on 9/13/2019

    Today our wonderful nature volunteers taught us all about the sun, light and shadow. We watched a puppet show, experimented with flashlights to find out if different materials were transparent or opaque. We traced our shadows and revisited them to see how they changed when the sun rose higher into the sky and we also observed the effects of heat on an ice cube. There were a lot of thoughtful observations and connections that students brought to their science work. 

    Light and shadow

    Light and shadow

    Light and shadow

    This afternoon we harvested fruits and vegetables from the garden. We taste tested them and collected data about which ones we liked and which ones we didn't. Our learning came full circle when we connected it back to the sun, sunlight, photosynthesis and the food chain!

    Garden harvest

    Grasshopper

    Fruits and veggies

    Fruits and veggies

    Data

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  • Goodbye Monarch!

    Posted by Jaclyn Richardson on 9/6/2019

    Yesterday our chrysalis was no longer in the pupa stage! In the morning, we came in to see a beautiful monarch drying her wings. We released her at recess and she flew away quickly.

    We still have a caterpillar and we are noticing the changes and growth as it eats more and more milkweed. We have been learning about cycles and how they are everywhere in nature.

    Our monarch butterfly

    This afternoon we walked the trails and enjoyed all the beauty that surrounds us.

    Our walk

    We worked on what it looks like, sounds like and feels like to be safe, kind and responsible in our first grade community.

    Our class rules

     

     

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  • Connecting, Observing, Listening, Thinking and Harvesting

    Posted by Jaclyn Richardson on 8/29/2019

    Vegetables!

    The Garden

    Harvested Veggies

    Caterpillar

    Chrysalis

    Sharing

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  • Up, Up and Away!

    Posted by Jaclyn Richardson on 6/14/2019

    Here we come...new adventures are ahead. Thank you for an amazing year!

    Best wishes for a fun-filled summer!

    Lantern at the camp out

     

     

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  • Face Painting Celebration!

    Posted by Jaclyn Richardson on 6/7/2019

    Face Painting Celebration!

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  • Look who's Here!

    Posted by Jaclyn Richardson on 5/24/2019

    Our eggs hatched this week! We have 18 fluffy and adorable chicks to observe for a few day before they go to their next home.Things are happening fast this time of the year!

    Chicks!

    Chicks!

    Chicks!

    Seedlings already!

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  • Spring is Finally Here!

    Posted by Jaclyn Richardson on 5/9/2019

    We have an incubator full of eggs in our classroom. This week, kids had the opportunity to peek inside the developing eggs to observe where the chicks are in their growth cycle. We are very excited!

    Eggs in the incubator

    Today our community worked togther to clean up and weed the garden to prepare for planting. We also started some flowers, basil and pumpkins. Growth and change everywhere you look!

    Work in the garden!

    Work in the garden!

    Work in the garden!

    Work in the garden!

    Planting seeds

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