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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    Next Step in Guided Reading Assessment, 3–6

    Next Step in Guided Reading Assessment, 3–6

    by Maria P. Walther;Jan Richardson

    Master reading teachers Jan Richardson, Ph.D., and Maria Walther, Ed.D., developed and classroom-tested this lean, smart assessment kit  to provide teachers with a complete picture of each reader’s word knowledge, phonics skills, fluency, and comprehension skills. Using an Assess-Decide-Guide framework, Richardson and Walther take teachers step-by-step through the assessment process, and then offer clear suggestions about how to use the data to form guided reading groups, plan and teach effective lessons, and move students into more challenging texts. 160 pages + 120 assessment forms.

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    How to Split the Atom

    How to Split the Atom

    by Hazel Richardson and Scoular Anderson

    How To Split the Atom takes readers right to the heart of matter. Try splitting a water molecule, making an electron propeller, or starting a chain reaction.

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    Learning how to split atoms, build a robot, and be a genius is simple and fun with "How To..." guides. Witty text and cartoon drawings teach students everything they need to know to understand some of the most exciting and complicated areas of current science. Students will learn how to grow plants without water in order to live on Mars, how to build potentiometers to be a robot wizard, and how to make an electron propeller to be a nuclear scientist. Young readers will be well on their way to becoming science superstars with this exciting and informative series.

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    • Students will learn everything they need to know to understand some of the most exciting areas of science
    • Hands-on learning experience
    • Sidebars
    • "Quick Facts" section

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