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Aura Welch



Michelle Wilson

Physical Education


Angie Hummeldorf


Ann Williams


Students will learn many new things in Art this year:

  • Using supplies- fine motor skills

  • Drawing from objects

  • Painting using brushes

  • Clay construction

  • Artists that influenced the world of Art

  • Mixing colors to get new colors

  • Architecture

  • Talking about art 

  • Sculpture

  • How art relates to all subjects

  • Being Creative

  • …..and so much more!Sculpture

  • How art relates to all subjects

  • Being Creative

  • …..and so much more!

Below are a few Art links for your budding  Artist:

Art Drawing and Color exploration games:


Students will learn many new things in Art this year:

  • Musical beat

  • Pitch

  • Rhythm including notes and rests

  • How to play percussion instruments

  • Instrument Families

  • Different genres of music

  • Tempo

  • Dynamics 

  • Creating and evaluating music

  • How music relates to all subjects

  • Composers

  • …..and so much more!

Below are a few music links for your budding musician:

Composer Camille Saint Saens

Composer Sergei Prokofiev

Musician Louis Armstrong 

Jazz for kids-


The aim of our physical education program at Richmond Hill Primary is to develop and improve students' personal fitness and motor skills by providing developmentally appropriate activities through purposeful, creative and enjoyable instruction. 


  • Students will be introduced to locomotor (ex. walk, run, hop, jump, skip, slide, and gallop) and non-locomotor skills (ex. bend, straighten, twist, stretch, swing, sway, and turn.)

  • Students will explore manipulative skills using a variety of equipment (e.g., balls, scarves, and bean bags). 

  • Students will participate in basic physical fitness activities. 

  • Students will become familiarized with rules, safety, and etiquette as it applies to self and others within a physical education setting.

1st Grade

  • Students will participate in locomotor skills (dance, game, or combination with non-locomotor skills) that demonstrate mature form in the hop, jump, and leap skills. 

  • Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to move in a variety of pathways, lead different directions, and at different levels in personal and general space. 

  • Several non-locomotor skills will be utilized in a sequence or in conjunction with locomotor or manipulative skills.

  •  Students will demonstrate the ability to direct manipulative objects toward an intended target.

All students will also take part in a variety of events throughout the year including Miler Club, American Heart Challenge, Glow Together and Field Days.