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A child who has been exposed to critical learning habits. A child who develops concentration, self-discipline, has a sense of order, and is persistent in completing a task. A child who is creative in self-expression and cultivates a love of learning. During the Pre-Primary years, in a prepared environment, the children have endless opportunities to develop their senses and motor skills with the aid of self-correcting materials. This foundation then continues to be built upon in the kindergarten and elementary years as a child moves into the academic areas with confidence. In Company's Pre-Primary curriculum, a child learns from older children, helps younger children, and shares with peers. This, in turn, prepares them to assume leadership within the classroom. The behavior and work habits learned are reinforced in a supportive and exciting environment.