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Little Learners

Learn By Doing

Powered by Learning Without Tears! Expectations are rising and it is more important than ever to provide our youngest learners with the skills they need to succeed in school. 

In order to prepare your children, you need a strong curriculum that not only covers all key learning domains, but does so in a way that is fun, engaging, and developmentally appropriate for all learners. 

Our curriculum’s explicit, modeled instruction with hands-on, multisensory materials and active teaching strategies have been proven to improve student success.


The Little Learners program at Little Land is comprised of four subject areas, including Language & Literacy, Numbers & Math, Readiness & Writing and Science and Social Studies.

This program is led by a trained therapist or early childhood education professional to help develop requisite skills for kiddos entering Elementary School.


5-week course, meets weekly for 2-hours


3 to 5 years of age


$200 per 5-week session, one-time $40 supply fee


Note: This course consists of multiple levels covering different and progressing objectives. Please review the list of objectives below to ensure you are registering for the appropriate level.


Level One

This five-week course covers the following objectives:

• Children ask and respond to simple questions.
• Children count objects and on fingers.
• Children distinguish between environmental and speech sounds.
• Children learn new words.
• Children build social skills around meeting new people.
• Children distinguish between letters, numbers, shapes, and picture tiles.
• Children identify how words and items are same or different.
• Children learn concepts about print and identify parts of a book.
• Children learn how to sequence and build a person.
• Children use position words.
• Children match objects by size.
• Children point and track letters left to right and top to bottom.
• Children learn to hold a crayon correctly, aim and scribble.
• Children tell if something happens at night or during the day.
• Children tell the total number of objects in a set (cardinality).
• Children recognize that order and arrangement do not affect totals.
• Children learn to place capital letters right side up.
• Children recognize the beginning sound of their name.
• Children identify community jobs.

Level Two

This five-week course covers the following objectives:
• Children recognize capital letters in their own name, recognize their name in print, and learn to write their name correctly.
• Children trace vertical and horizontal strokes.
• Children roll lines and curves of dough to build numbers and capital letters.
• Children learn new words, say them in sentences, and use them in a conversation.
• Children create and use a simple map to find specific locations within a familiar environment.
• Children recognize the letter L and connect the letter to the sound /l/.
• Children will compare and count living things.
• Children describe position using before and after, top, middle and bottom, and high and low.
• Children place capitals right-side up and learn proper letter formation.
• Children position numerals right side up, recognize, and name written numerals.
• Children predict what will happen in a story.
• Children tell a person’s position in a line using ordinal numbers.
• Children say a word that rhymes with another word.
• Children discover and explore objects in nature.
• Children say whether two words are the same or different.
• Children identify, describe, and draw squares.
• Children compare sets to see more and fewer.
• Children match and sort objects by noticing shape, size, and orientation.
• Children compare animal bodies and movements.
• Children break a sentence into words and count the number of words.
• Children learn how to form letters L, F, E and numerals 1 and 2.
• Children build and sequence capital letters correctly.
• Children compare animals and objects in nature using “bigger” and “smaller”.
• Children connect numerals to quantities they represent.
• Children recognize and match capital and lowercase letters.
• Children compare the size of countries using “big” and “small”.
• Children comprehend a story by identifying the sequence of beginning, middle, and end.

Level Three

This five-week course covers the following objectives:
• Children identify rhyming words.
• Children learn how to build and sequence capital letters correctly.
• Children learn new words, say them in sentences, and use them in conversation.
• Children recognize the letter H and its sound.
• Children learn that people speak different languages.
• Children identify the setting of a story.
• Children roll lines and curves of dough to build capital letters.
• Children use top, middle, and bottom to describe position.
• Children recognize and match capital and lowercase letters.
• Children write number 3 and count and label sets.
• Children sort classroom objects as hard or soft, as well as by size.
• Children detect the feelings of characters in a story.
• Children learn to write letter H.
• Children identify, describe, and trace rectangles by creating a book.
• Children retell a story using classroom play materials.
• Children compare length using long and short.
• Children recognize, name, sequence, and write capital letters.
• Children match shapes of different sizes.
• Children learn about germs and proper handwashing and discuss the proper steps for flossing teeth.
• Children identify beginning sounds.
• Children sort objects by function.
• Children duplicate sound and movement patterns.
• Children identify patterns in their surroundings.
• Children combine sets of objects to find out the total by counting.
• Children turn and flip shapes to build a puzzle.
• Children learn differences between living and nonliving things.
• Children compare objects using heavy and light.
• Children identify similarities and differences between families.
• Children make personal connections between themselves and characters in a story.
• Children review number 4 by coloring, counting, building, rhyming, and singing.
• Children recognize circles, triangles, rectangles, and squares.
• Children learn the correct way to form and trace letters T, I, and U and practice writing their names.
• Children recognize and name shapes in real-world objects.
• Children compare spaces using narrow and wide.
• Children identify community helpers.
• Children compare the capacity of containers.


How To Register for  Little Learners

We recommend that you register early, as our classes are limited in size to maximize the opportunity for engagement and social interaction within the class. 

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