Teacher, Lisa Snyder
Lisa Snyder is our 1st Grade teacher at Montgomery Christian Academy. Mrs. Snyder is one of five girls, and she is an identical triplet! She received her teaching degree from the University of Texas at Austin in 1995, and taught early elementary in Conroe and Montgomery for six years.
Mrs. Snyder and her husband, Matt, have been married for twenty-two years. She and Mr. Snyder moved to Montgomery in 2002, when he opened his optometry practice, Montgomery Vision Source. God has blessed them with three wonderful daughters, and their family has attended Fellowship of Montgomery since 2013.
Mrs. Snyder has a heart for the Bible, prayer, family, exercise, and healthy living. She has a passion for teaching reading, and believes reading is fundamental to success in all academic areas. Her philosophy is to make learning fun and interactive. She believes all children can learn; however, not all children learn the same way. Mrs. Snyder uses technology and small group instruction to help accommodate individual learning styles. She looks forward to partnering with parents and staff to equip students for a lifetime of learning, faith, and service.
Bob Jones University Press - Grade 1 Bible Truths, Math, Science, Heritage Studies
Bible Truths 1: A Father’s Care introduces Bible truths through familiar Bible characters presented chronologically in a study of Old and New Testaments. Dramatic segments, application stories that reveal God’s character, various hands-on-activites, and visuals reinforce students’ learning experience and help your students learn to trust God and rely on Him.
Math 1 uses manupulatives and real-life experiences to teach place value, addition, subtraction, geometry, time, money, measurement, and fractions—all with engaging themes and characters. Writing equations, reading graphs, and other concepts are introduced as part of problem-solving skills.
Science 1 starts students on the path of scientific inquiry with an introduction to the senses, heat, sound, animals, and heavenly bodies--presenting God as the Creator of all things.
Heritage Studies 1 follows the events in the New World from pre-1000 to 1682. Your students will learn about the Vikings, Columbus, Plymouth Plantation, trading, Native Americans, and early homes and schools.
The Shurley English curriculum has assembled a unique combination of features and strategies to provide for student success in grammar, skills, writing, and reading. These features are logically, sequentially, and systematically woven into the curriculum to provide a solid foundation for lifetime literacy.