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My name is Miss Adams and this is my third year teaching at Harvest Christian Academy. Teaching young minds is my favorite thing to do and I am so thankful for students like you who make my dream come true! I graduated from Moody Bible Institute with a degree in Elementary Education and Biblical Studies. I am currently pursuing my Master's degree in literacy from Judson University. Teachers are learners too!
I am so excited to meet you on Meet the Teacher Day! It will be on Saturday, August 13 from 10-11:30 am followed by our all school picnic. Be sure to bring all your school supplies that day.
I'm so excited to begin our journey through super 2nd grade! God has given us the amazing gift of learning and this year we are going to stretch our brain. We will explore, read, create, write, imagine, think, lead...and so much more! I have been praying for you this summer and I cannot wait to see what God has in store for us this year.
Above all, I want all of us to strive to become more like Jesus. He loves us so much and He has so much He wants to teach 2nd graders! I know that we will all learn more about who God is as we grow together.
I will see you soon!
September 16th, 2016
Phonics/Spelling: We have been practicing the bonus letter rule. Any one-syllable word ending in “f,l,s, and sometimes z” gets a bonus letter. Reading : We have launched Reader’s... More
September 9th, 2016
Phonics/Spelling: We are continuing to work on marking blends and diagraphs. We are also practicing the c/k/ck spelling rules. Reading : We are learning how to find good fit books! Writing: We are... More
September 1st, 2016
Phonics/Spelling: We have continued reviewing blends and diagraphs in one syllable words. Reading : We have been learning the purposes for reading. This week we focused on reading to learn and... More
August 26th, 2016
Phonics/Spelling: We have been reviewing blends and diagraphs. Reading : We have been talking about why readers read: we read to laugh, read to learn and read to ponder. Writing: We have been talking... More