In this section, you can discover more about the curriculum and subjects covered in the learning activities that we have created for our 3rd grade students. The educational plan for TABI is in continual evolution and is being updated constantly. New subjects are added every month to allow children to always learn more in new and fun ways.



The math activities in TABI support learners to acquire the main principles of logic, the ability to use increasingly complex operations and an understanding of the properties of math. The aim is to provide material to support the subjects covered in school and allow further practise at home.

Logic, Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Diagrams: by interpreting situations from diagrams, the student knows how to utilize diagrams to rationally organize objects.

Numbers and Operations in Base Ten

  • Numbers from 1 to 1,000: the student is able to count to 1,000, order these numbers, count in succession and understand the position value of each digit.

  • Odd and even numbers: the student is able to recognise if a number is odd or even.

  • Skip counting: the ability to count groups of numbers (2, 5 or 10 elements).

  • Operations: the ability to mentally complete addition and subtraction calculations with figures up to 1,000.

  • Properties of mathematics: associative, commutative and identity properties.

  • Multiplication: the student understands the concept of multiplication. They also know multiplication tables.

  • Division: by 1, 2, 3 and 4.

  • Fractions: the student knows about fractional units and that they are equal parts of a divided whole. They also know how to compare fractions.


Measurements of time: the student is able to change between 12-hour and 24-hour clocks.



The science activities in TABI help children to become aware of and relate to the outside world, nature, objects (by understanding their intrinsic characteristics) and gain a deepened understanding of the human body. Basic concepts of physics are also introduced to help prepare them for their future studies.

Physics and Chemistry of Matter

  • Properties of matter: the student knows how to relate their sensorial experience of objects into the knowledge of the physical characteristics of objects.

  • Classification based on the state of matter: classification of matter as solid, liquid or gas.

Force and Energy

Temperature and thermal energy: associations between the temperature of an object and the concept of thermal energy.

Organisms and Ecosystems

  • Living beings and nonliving things: understanding the qualities of, and differences between, living beings and nonliving things.

  • Producers and consumers.


What are fossils: understanding what a fossil is and how a fossil is formed.

Plants and Animals

  • Cycle of life: the student is aware of the phases of life: birth, growth and death.

  • Vertebrates and invertebrates: the definitions of vertebrate and invertebrate animals is taught.


Social studies

The social studies activities of TABI help each student to understand the historical-geographical dimension of the world, which will help them understand how society functions. The aim is to prepare children to do their part with awareness, acquiring the principles that will make them an active citizen of the future.


  • Map grids: the student is able to read a grid consisting of numbers and letters.

  • Oceans and continents: the student can name the oceans and continents and knows their geographical position.

  • Urban, suburban and rural areas: the student knows the difference between these three areas.

Civic education

Recycling: the student is introduced to recycling and will be able to make simple choices regarding whether an item can be recycled or not.


Health and sport

The activities in TABI about Health and Sport help children to understand the importance of sport and healthy eating. Tabi teaches them to recognise dangers and what to do in emergencies. It also helps to support parents teach their children about hygiene.

Health and Wellness

  • Food pyramids: the student starts to understand each section of the food pyramid, and its use and importance.

  • Nutrition: the student can distinguish between healthy and unhealthy foods.

  • Urban, suburban and rural areas: the student knows the difference between these three areas.

Health and Safety

Personal safety and hygiene: the student knows how to distinguish between dangers to their health and understands basic principles of hygiene.


The importance of sport: the student understands the concept of fair play and the importance of being part of a team.

The human body

Organs and their functions: the student knows where the organs are in the body and their main functions.



The reading activities in TABI help our young learners to develop the ability to form hypotheses and make simple deductions from a written text. These allow the student to acquire a good capacity of comprehension of written texts.

Reading Ability

  • Comprehension of a text: the child is able to make inferences, understand the text and distinguish what each part of a sentence refers to.

  • Parts of speech.


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