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What is Kumon Thankful For?

As Thanksgiving quickly approaches, we are reminded that November is the month of giving thanks. This month is the perfect opportunity to show appreciation to the people who make a difference in your life every day. Here are a few people for which Kumon is thankful:1.       We are thankful for our Kumon Instructors.

Kumon Instructors continue to pass on Toru Kumon’s legacy and provide individualized lesson plans for their students. Toru Kumon believed that every child has the potential to learn far beyond expectations, and our instructors do everything they can to help unlock that potential. Instructors are constantly observing their students while trying to find ways to improve their overall learning experience. With the Kumon Worksheets as their tool, we are thankful that our instructors currently help educate more than 4 million students worldwide.

2.       We are thankful for our Kumon Parents.

The Kumon Program started out of Toru Kumon’s love for his son and his plan to successfully improve his son’s education. In the same way, our Kumon Parents are committed to the academic success of their children. Kumon Parents show their dedication by setting a routine to complete daily Kumon Homework and providing encouragement and praise. We commend parents’ commitment to their children’s education and the Kumon Program.

3.       We are thankful for our Kumon Students.

Kumon Students are the heart of the Kumon Math and Reading Program. They dedicate themselves to the program by completing work every day and attending Kumon Center sessions every week. Through the program, Kumon Students gain the confidence and perseverance they need to succeed academically and in life. They are the driving force behind everything that we do, and we are thankful for their continued perseverance.

Thank you Kumon Instructors for your passion. Thank you Kumon Parents for your trust in the Kumon Program, and thank you Kumon Students for helping turn Kumon into the world’s largest after-school math and reading program. Who are some of the people you are thankful for?