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3 Benefits of Enrolling Your Toddler into an Early Learner Program

With less than 30 percent of children ready for kindergarten, now is the time to prepare.   Your child is growing up and developing new skills each day. Single words are becoming complete phrases and curiosity is abundant. While many are eager to start school like the big kids, the transition to kindergarten doesn’t always […]

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From One Kumon Student to Another:

  4 Tips for Balancing School Work, Extracurricular Activities and Kumon   Whether it’s Little League, ballet lessons or the chess club, extracurricular activities provide kids with a way to stay active, make new friends and explore their interests. In fact, about 60 percent of children between 6 and 17 years old participate in at […]

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5 Tips to Celebrate National Family Literacy Month

  Whether it’s your toddler mesmerized by the pictures and activities of “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” or his Grandpa getting lost in the mysteries of a John Grisham novel, a love for books is timeless and shared across all generations. Nothing beats curling up with a good book and exploring the countless possibilities of worlds […]

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Celebrate Halloween with this Mystery Booklist for Grades 3 through 7

    Spooky. Ghostly. Eerie. Enchanting. The Halloween season sparks imagination, creativity and a sense of wonder in children of all ages. Holidays and traditions are a great opportunity to build upon the imagination and make reading fun. Taken from the Kumon Recommended Reading List, this collection of books possesses strong literary merit with supernatural, […]

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Motivating Children by Developing a Growth Mindset

“Motivation is the most important factor in determining whether you succeed in the long run. What I mean by motivation is not only the desire to achieve, but also the love of learning, the love of challenge, and the ability to thrive on obstacles. These are the greatest gifts we can give our students.” – […]

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