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7 Oral Reading Tips for Parents

  According to the National Center for Education statistics, only 53 percent of children age three to five are read to daily by a family member. Children who are read to at home enjoy a substantial advantage over children who are not. That starts from infancy and continues throughout schooling.   It is essential for […]

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5 Books to Read for Black History Month

February is Black History Month, an opportunity to teach your children about the historical accomplishments and struggles of African Americans. By connecting children with history, they’ll gain a better understanding of the world they live in and develop compassion for other people. Taken from the Kumon Recommended Reading List, below is a collection of inspirational […]

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5 Easy Tips to Prepare for Standardized Testing Season

  Help your child become a confident and prepared test-taker.   For most around the country, the month of March kicks-off standardized testing season and that can leave parents feeling overwhelmed. Whether you have a grade schooler preparing for the state’s standardized test or a high schooler preparing for the SAT, testing can be stressful […]

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From Struggling Student to Kumon Dual Program Completer

For a young man with autism, the Kumon Program was an incredible challenge for Dylan. His parents enrolled him at the age of 10 when a teacher informed them he was several grade levels behind in public school. Six years later, Dylan has become the first dual-subject completer at his Kumon Center, is excelling in […]

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4 Simple Tips for Setting Goals with Your Child in the New Year

  New Year’s resolutions aren’t just for adults! Help your child kick off the New Year right with these easy tips. January is the perfect time for a fresh start. Have you discussed with your child what his goals are for the New Year? Allow him to set his own goals, so he can truly […]

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