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What is Georgia’s Pre-K Program?

Georgia’s Pre-K Program is a lottery funded educational program for Georgia’s four year olds to prepare children for their transition to Kindergarten.

In order to provide our preschoolers with high-quality learning opportunities, we use the  Links to Literacy, which has been an approved by Bright from the Start Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning curriculum.

As students explore the world with curiosity and delight, they are preparing for a future filled with the need to learn. With our resources, you can help your child  begin their first school experience ready to learn. Links to Literacy is based on National School Readiness Standards Georgia Content Standards and aligned with the Head Start Child Outcomes Framework. This broad based, holistic and adaptable curriculum In order to provide Georgia’s preschoolers with high-quality learning opportunities, Kaplan offers Links to Literacy, which has been approved by Bright from the Start Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning.

As preschoolers explore their world with curiosity and delight, they are preparing for a future filled with the need to learn. With the right tools, you can help children enter school ready to learn. Links to Literacy is based on National School Readiness Standards and aligned with the Head Start Child Outcomes Framework. This broad based, holistic and adaptable curriculum focuses on whole language learning concepts, math programs that promote problem solving and reasoning skills. The curriculum provides multiple hands on activities to reflect learning skills for all cognitive domains. 

Who is eligible for Georgia’s Pre-K Program?

Children four years of age on September 1 of the current school year who are Georgia residents are eligible to attend Georgia’s Pre-K Program during this school year. Georgia’s Pre-K Program is a voluntary program for families and for providers.