Links to Learning Curriculum
A Powerful Connection to a Lifetime of Learning.
Links to Learning is an integrated series of programs for children ages six weeks to five years that engages the young learner’s senses, mind and body. The components of each program builds upon one another as children grow.
The program draws from the collective expertise of renowned early-age educators such as Dewey, Piaget and Vygotsky. The Links to Learning curriculum builds new learning on past experiences, and encourages each child's interest in discovery and hands-on learning.
Links to Learning takes advantage of a child's readiness to learn with activities that are fun, challenging, easily understood - and meaningful. The curriculum gives a child the freedom to discover in a supportive, loving and nurturing environment.
Links to Learning was created by the Nobel Learning Education Department, a team of highly skilled experts in the field of early-age education. This team ensures that our curriculum reflects the latest early education research.
Opportunities to learn Spanish are woven throughout the school day. Children between the ages of 2 and 5 have a remarkable ability to learn and absorb language, more so than at any other time in their lives. Introducing children to Spanish now helps prepare them for success in language for the rest of their schooling.
Links to Learning is organized according to a child’s age and stage of development, and incorporates the appropriate new skills and concepts for each stage of the preschool journey.
The eight components of the Links to Learning Curriculum are integrated to help your child develop important academic, physical and social skills − and to inspire a lifelong love of learning. Click on the component icon to find out more.