Tiffany Graves Faulkner

3rd Grade

Tiffany Faulkner

About the Teacher/Welcome Msg


In 2004 I graduated from the University of Mississippi with a degree in Elementary Education. I am also National Board certified in Literacy. 


  • 2nd grade from 2004-2016
  • 3rd grade 2016-2020


My name is Tiffany Faulkner. I am National Board Certified in Literacy. I graduated from Southaven High school in 1999 and Ole Miss in 2004. I am married to Jason Faulkner, and we have two daughters. This is my 15th year to teach!

Class Schedule









(Wear gym shoes on Thursdays.)


Suggested Activities:

I have assigned two step word prolems practice. Remember this is just review. :)

Read Works!

Parents, this is where you will find weekly suggested learning activities for your child. You will need to follow the steps below to access our class activity page. These will change on a biweekly basis but you can always access other passages and question sets through your account.

Please feel free to extend these activities by having your child write about what they read, draw a picture or comic strip to depict what they read, create a character analysis, even do an external activity for them to connect the text to their real world, and have them decide the THEME of each story.


This is the password for all added students:


You or your student can change their individual password anytime.

Have your student go to

and enter their class code: 552XEV


Daily Journal: This would be a GREAT opportunity to log


Math Ideas

MULTIPLICATION MONDAY- • Make 7’s and 9’s flashcards. Find someone at your house to quiz you on them. • ROLL two DICE (ROLL TWO NUMBERS AND MULTIPLY) OR USING A DECK OF CARDS (PUT DECK FACE DOWN, FLIP TWO CARDS OVER AND MULTIPLY). Then write the fact family. Do this 10 times. (2x5=10, 5x2=10, 10/2=5,10/5=2)

TECH TUESDAY- • LOG ON TO YOUR FAVORITE MATH APP AND COMPLETE 30 MINUTES OF FUN! SEND YOUR TEACHER A PIC ON REMIND OF YOU MASTERING MATH SKILLS! IXL.Com will let you practice 10 math problems. You don’t have to have a membership. Just go to 3rd grade and click a skill. I think you can practice 10 problems a day.(Not positive) • DON’T HAVE ACCESS TO AN APP? MULTIPLICATION.COM HAS TONS OF FUN LEARNING GAMES! You can also print worksheets from to practice for later.

WACKY WEDNESDAY- • Create your own Array city. Make buildings of different sizes and the windows should represent an array. Write your multiplication fact on each building. (rows x columns) • Design an egg. Color it and write what fraction of your pictures is red, blue, etc…)Remember the denominator is your total number of parts and your numerator will be the number red, blue, or etc..)

THINKING THURSDAY- • Play flip and compare. Flip two cards. Make a fraction by putting the smaller number on top. Flip two more cards and put the smaller number on top to make a fraction.Compare the two fractions with greater than, less than, or equal signs. Check your work by cross multiplying.

Fun Friday Design your own egg hunt. Put math problems inside eggs. Hide them around your yard. When you find it, you must solve it. Design and egg or bunny. Write multiplication or division facts in your picture. Then make coloring directions for it. Ex: if the answer is 3, color that section purple.






ELA Standards March 23-April 3


Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths fromdiverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, ormoral and explain how it is conveyed through key details inthe text.


Describecharacters in a story (e.g., their traits, motivations, or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events


Determind the meaningof words and phrases as they are used ina text, distinguishing literal fromnonliteral language

Writing Standards March 23-April 3

  • W 3.2: write informative/explanatory text to examine a topic
  • W 3.5: develop and strengthen writing
  • W 3.6: use technology to produce and publish writing
  • W 3.7: conduct short research projects
  • W 3.8: take brief notes on sources

Math Standards March 23-April 3


Interpret products of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 5x7 as the total number of objects in 5 groups of 7 objects each. For example, describe a context in which a total number of objects can be expressed as 5x7.


Solve two-step word problems using the four operations. Represent these problems using equations with a letter standing for the unknow quanity. Assess the resonableness of answers using mental computation and estimation including rounding.


Understand a fraction 1/b as the quanity formed by 1 part when a whole is partioned into b equl parts; understand a fraction a/b as the quanity formed by a parts of size 1/b.


Explain equivalence of fractions in special cases, and compare fractions by reasoning about their size.


Tell and write time tothe nearest minute and measure time intervals in minutes. Solve word problems involing addition and subtraction of time intervals in minutes, e.g., by representing the problem ona number line diagram.


Relate area to the operations of multiplication and addition.


Instructional Website:



    multiplication Fact Fluency Test Information

    For the 1st 9 weeks we will be working on mastering 0, 1, 2, 5, and 10's. Your child will be given 25 problems and will be expected to complete the 25 problems within a 5 minute time frame. Your child will be allotted minutes to complete the multiplication section of the test. 

    *If your child has mastered 0, 1, 2, 5, and 10's, begin working on 3's and 6's for the 2nd 9 weeks. 

    *3rd 9 weeks we will add 4's and 8's with 75 problems to complete in 5 minutes.

    *4th 9 weeks we will add 7's and 9's with 100 problems to complete in 5 minutes. 


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    ** Please make sure your child eats breakfast and remind your child to pack a snack and water each day. 

    ** All transportation changes must be made in writing. 

    ** Please do not send your child to school sick. Please review the DCES student handbook for our policy for sick children. I know it is inconvient, but please consider the well being of the entire class.