Katharine Richardson

Katharine Richardson

Biography

Katharine Richardson lives in North Carolina and was born in 1997.

•  Katharine's favorite school subject is English.

•  She is active in musical theatre, art, and plays volleyball and basketball.

•  She interested in singing, art, or teaching as a profession.

"Being a Kid Reporter gives me the incentive to go out and learn more about the community I call home."

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    The Pumpkin Fair Problem

    The Pumpkin Fair Problem

    by Katharine Kenah and Tammie Lyon

    Simple words and short sentences for the newest readers.

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    Next Step Guided Reading in Action: Grades 3 & Up

    Next Step Guided Reading in Action: Grades 3 & Up

    by Jan Richardson


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    Watch America’s favorite teacher of guided reading, Jan Richardson, lead targeted lessons that accelerate the growth of transitional and fluent readers in grade 3 and higher. Jan demonstrates exactly how to plan, teach, check for understanding, and reteach. An easy-to-use View & Do guide helps teachers put what they’ve seen right into action. Covers transitional and fluent levels.

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