The seven components of Links to Learning
Language & Literacy
We inspire a love of reading and language by creating a literacy-rich environment that introduces children to a wide range of stories, letters, and words.
Children learn the foundations of addition, subtraction, and geometry, and learn different ways to compare quantities. Activities are designed to develop reasoning and problem-solving skills.
Children recognize and label emotions, while learning how they fit into their community and the larger world. Teachers use problem-solving activities to develop children’s self-help skills.
We help children develop fine and gross motor skills through dance, games, and physical activities. Basic nutritional and safety concepts are introduced to help children make healthy choices.
We expose children to various music and art concepts, through vocabulary, discussions, and hands-on activities. Children practice self-expression as they engage in imaginative play.
Children participate in hands-on science, engineering, and technology activities, while building important life including problem solving, collaboration, communication, analytical reasoning, and investigative thinking.
Citizens of the World
We focus on social studies, diverse cultures and traditions, and world languages. Spanish is integrated throughout the day to expose children to a second language.
Links to Learning
The perfect balance of learning and play®
Links to Learning, our proprietary preschool curriculum for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years, takes advantage of a child’s readiness to learn with activities that are fun, challenging, and engaging. Links to Learning is organized into six developmental stages incorporating seven subject areas. At each stage of the preschool journey, we introduce new concepts and skills while reviewing and reinforcing existing skills.