Elizabeth Richardson
2nd Grade
662-429-9117 
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THE QUEEN OF TEN IS PLANNING ON SETTING UP A ZOOM MEETING WITH THE CLASS FOR NEXT WEEK!  PLEASE STAY TUNED--MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON!!! 

Click on each day's assignment above to continue your child's distance learning.  Remember to only do what you are able to do.  If nothing else, I encourage you to make sure your child has plenty of time outside in the warm sunshine and that he or she spends time each day reading.  I am adding new addition/subtraction strategy videos each week, so please view these with your child as you work together on the Math assignments.  You can also visit http://www.toytheater.com to find online Math manipulatives that your child can play with to practice place value concepts.  The worksheets below will help your child review place value, too.  (No need to print; your child can record answers on a separate sheet of paper).



 

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About the Teacher

 

I graduated  with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education from Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas.  

This is my eighth year to teach public school.  I have experience in both first and second grades.  I spent four years teaching preschool as well.  Additionally, I spent eight years homeschooling my three children, teaching all subjects from preschool through fifth grade.  I feel very lucky to have experienced teaching on many levels and in many ways!   I have taught at Walls Elementary School, Hope Sullivan Elementary School, and Pleasant Hill Elementary School in Desoto County.  I am excited to be teaching closer to home at Hernando Hills this fall! Working with children brings me joy; I believe that I have been blessed with a gift for connecting with kids.  Additionally, I LOVE to learn, and it's thrilling to be able to share this enthusiasm with young minds and hearts.  Finally, I am passionate about teaching children about what REALLY matters in life: how to give and receive love and respect, how to begin a journey that will lead to a future full of hope, and how to GROW up and make a difference in the world.

 In February 2018, I was awarded the Teacher of the Year award for Hope Sullivan Elementary School; and wonderfully, I was further awarded the Teacher of the Year award for Desoto County Schools.  I am grateful for these honors!  They spur me on to continued growth as an educator.  I can't imagine a more fulfilling career than one that contributes to the success of children and their communities.

I grew up in Belleville, Illinois, just across the Mississippi River from St. Louis.  I've been blessed to live in several states, including Maryland, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee, and Mississippi.  I've even lived abroad--I spent one year (2012-13) in Togo, a beautiful country in West Africa.  This was a life-changing experience that has deepened my appreciation for different people, places, cultures and languages.  

I am the wife of a wonderful husband and the mother of three beautiful children.  

 

These are a few of my favorite things:

My Faith in God and Jesus

Finding Patterns & Connections in Math  

Reading

Journaling and Writing Short Stories & Poems

Swimming

Music & Drama

Hiking

 Traveling

The Ocean

Drawing

Farmer's Markets 

Cooking & Baking

Thanksgiving & Christmas

Nature

 My Beautiful Family

 

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