Tuesday, May 15, 2018


Today we began to learn about honeybees.  We were able to look closely at a box-shaped wooden hive, frames, beekeeper's outfit, and smoker.  We discussed how the different objects were used in making honey.  Students also learned a lot about honeybees and their jobs.  We will learn even more about bees tomorrow.

Friday, May 4, 2018

Flynn Companion Workshop for Shh! We Have A Plan

A teacher from the Flynn came to our classroom today.  He taught us that a performer shows how he/she feels with their face and body, not just their words.  We acted like the characters in Shh! We Have A Plan.  We pretended that we were sneaking through the forest and lunging to catch the bird.  We can't wait to see the show on Wednesday, May 9 at the Flynn.


Thursday, April 26, 2018

Spring Art Show and Concert

You are Cordially Invited to….
A Celebration of the Arts
RES students Kindergarten through 2nd Grade

Wednesday May 9th
Art Show Begins at 5:00 pm
Concert Begins at 6:00 pm
(Please note: students should gather for the concert by 5:50)

Art Show: Inside Richmond Elementary School
Concert: Outside on the Camel’s Hump Middle School Field

The art show will feature a variety of work by all students. This will include
an amazing array of weaving, self-portraits, batik, books, and much more.

The outdoor concert , “Bon Voyage”, will celebrate the imagination of
Robert Louis Stevenson, and the adventures of ocean travel
around the globe, as we sing, dance, and play for you.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Jeh Kulu

Jeh Kulu, the African Dance and Drumming Troop, 

working with kindergarten students on Wednesday, April 18

If you are unable to view the video below click on this link:

Fun with our Fourth Grade Buddies

We read poetry books and played games with our fourth grade buddies this morning.
It was great to get together.  We enjoyed spending time with them.  Ms. Senning, our fourth grade buddy teacher, is out for the rest of the year (and next year).  She is having a baby and we are very excited for her.  Congratulations Ms. Senning!

Here is the link to our video.

Monday, April 16, 2018

Animal Research

Kindergartners have been researching animals in Vermont.  Students worked in small groups to research their animals.  They have watched short videos and read books to discover information about their animals.  Students took notes about the animal's home, food, and how the animal changes the environment around them.  Kindergarten scientists were engaged in their research and discovered interesting facts to share.  Please watch our video to see how each student presented their research using technology and art.  They did a great job on this project!


Friday, April 6, 2018

KIndergarten Scientists

Kindergarten students are incredible scientists.  This week we spent a few hours outside looking for signs or evidence that animals were making homes or changes to the environment near our schoolyard.  We found fur, feathers, scat, tracks, squirrel nests in trees, chewed acorns and other proof that animals were in our environment.  Check out the link to our video.