The Eight Components of Links to Learning
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Language & Literacy
We inspire a love of reading and language, encouraging communication and vocabulary development. We create a literacy-rich environment and introduce children to a wide range of stories, letters and words.
We give children hands-on experience with math concepts such as pattern, size, shape and quantity. They learn the foundations of addition and subtraction, and different ways to compare quantities.
Children discover how to share and respect the feelings of others, while learning how they fit into the local community and larger world. Teachers use puppets, games, books and problem-solving activities to teach and reinforce character education.
We help children develop mobility, balance and fine motor skills through dance, games and physical activities. Basic nutritional concepts are introduced to help children make healthy lifestyle choices.
As early as infancy, we encourage children to create sounds, explore textures and discover music and art in various ways. Through music, art and imaginative play, children learn self-expression and creative thinking.
Science & Social Studies
We introduce different types of families and community helpers, explore geography and culture, and create fun science experiments. Science and social studies commence with our Beginner program.
Citizens of the World
Starting with our Beginner program, we integrate Spanish throughout the day to give children a head start on mastering a second language. We also focus on awareness of diverse cultures and traditions around the globe.
Beginning in our Intermediate program, children learn about different uses for technology and its evolution. We also review relevant terminology and provide opportunities for students to use technology for creative expression.