Active Learning Leads to Literacy Program (ALLL K-2), a program in part funded by the US Department of Education (USDOE), uses drama, visual arts, music, creative movement, cooking, games, and storytelling to improve the literacy skills of young learners from kindergarten to second grade. ALLL has been recognized as a model for successful teaching by the USDOE and the leaders of the New York City Department of Education.
ALLL K-2’s hands-on, multisensory, arts-based teaching strategies have been shown to help students improve their literacy skills. New York University’s research has shown that ALLL's K-2 students outperform their peers on 87% of the 23 literacy skills tested.
In addition to helping students, LeAp provides workshops that show early childhood teachers how to use ALLL techniques in their classrooms.