Mrs. Pamela Parker
3rd Grade Math
What we are doing....

Review all objectives covered so far this year!  Some of these major objectives include:

        - Multiplication/Division 

        - Fractions (identify fractions, fractions on a number line, equivalent fractions, comparing fractions with the same numerator or denominator (remember third grade only deals with fractions with denominators of 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 8))

        - Time (telling time and finding elapsed time)

        - Adding/Subtracting within 1,000 with and without regrouping

        - 1 and 2 step word problems using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and    division

       - Rounding to the nearest ten and hundred 

      - Find area and perimeter

Study multiplication facts


Helpful links from our class:

Classworks  -


State Test Practice -


Supply List/Things I Need...

Supply List:

Hand sanitizer


Ticonderoga pencils

Expo markers

Wish List:

personal white boards

colored copy paper

colored card stock


About the Teacher/Welcome Msg

Education: I graduated with my Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Memphis State University. After working in the corporate world for ten years, I went back to school to earn my Master's Degree. I earned my Master's of Arts in Teaching from the University of Memphis. Go Tigers!

Experience: I have been teaching for 14 years. I have taught grades Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade.

Bio: I am married to my wonderful husband Bryan. We have three daughters. We also have a dog and two cats.


HLIS will be using the i-Ready platform for our ELA and Math Distance Learning lessons.  This platform allows me to continually monitor student progress in order to provide students with needed support and help our team plan for upcoming lessons.  

For students to access i-Ready  they will need the following information:
Username: First initial of student's first name, first initial of student's last name followed by student's lunch number
Password: Student's lunch number
For example, the student's name is John Doe and his lunch number is 123456.
Username: JD123456

Password: 123456

To log-in to i-Ready, please go to the following link:
The web version works best through Google Chrome.  Also, there is an i-Ready app available for iPads.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.  

May 18th - 21st  Distance Learning Lessons

In ELA this week, you will be completing scavenger hunts and writing extension activities for this last week of distance learning this school year. You can get the scavenger hunts and extension activities by using one of the following methods: (1) the documents on Mrs. Sykes website titled "Distance Learning Free Scavenger Hunts", (2) pick up a printed copy from school that are available now on a first come basis, or (3) Mrs. Sykes can email you the materials for you to print. Students should complete at least four of the six hunts and extension activities. They can be turned into the school starting Wednesday or you can send pictures to Mrs. Sykes. 


To have some fun for our last week of learning together see if you can beat ME in a battle on Prodigy! Wondering where I’ll be? Check the schedule below! 

Monday May 18th  – Find me in Astrallum starting at 12 p.m.

Tuesday May 19th  – Find me in Beachfront starting at 2 p.m.

Wednesday May 20th  – Find Me in Amphibia starting at 4 p.m.

My class code is 408B4C and my wizard's name is Pamela

Thursday May 21st - Zoom goodbye at 3 p.m.

 Special Education:
If your child receives special education services, please visit his/her special education teacher's page for additional information.

Para obtener las instrucciones y la información mencionadas anteriormente en español, visite


Lessons and educational resources will be uploaded on my website weekly for as long as we are unable to meet in person. Please check back on Monday for the next set of updated lessons.



During the time we are unable to meet in person, we will have "virtual school hours" to answer emails, messages, and/or questions Monday - Friday 7:30 - 3:30. If a message is received after 3:30 or over the weekend, it will likely be the next business day before I am able to respond.


Class Schedule

Daily Schedule

7:05 Doors open

7:35 Morning Announcements

7:40 Morning Meeting 

7:55 Math 

8:25 Eagle Time

8:55 Math (small groups/stations)

9:20 Activity

10:05 Math (small groups/stations/closure)

10:54 lunch

11:25 SWITCH

11:30 PM class meetin

11:45 Math

12:15 Eagle Time

12:45 Recess

1:10 Math (small groups/stations)

2:20 pack up

2:23 dismissal


Activity Schedule

A - Health & Fitness

B - Library

C - Math Lab

D - Art

E - P.E.

F - LA Lab

G - Music

H - Keyboarding