Welcome to the Kumon Math & Reading Center of San Antonio - De Zavala!
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210-558-3644 or email us at [email protected] so we can schedule your Orientation In-Person or Virtually!
What is Kumon? How much do you really know about the Kumon Program? Learn how Kumon works and what a typical week looks like for Kumon Students. Read Here!
How Do Kumon's In-person and Virtual Classes Work? Our Kumon Center now offers both in-person and virtual classes. Discover how to get started with the FREE placement test and parent orientation, and what your child will be working on each day. Read Here!
How Does Kumon Work? Ever wonder how our worksheets help children around the world learn? This video will explain, in detail, how the Kumon Program works. Watch Here!
What Makes Kumon Different? Learn how Kumon differs from other supplemental education programs with this short video that explains how Kumon is individualized for every child. Watch Here!
The Kumon Math and Reading Center of San Antonio - De Zavala understands that our students’ health and safety is not just your top priority, but ours as well. We are continuing to monitor the latest developments of COVID-19 and will act accordingly. While we understand how difficult the adjustments have been for parents, we want to act as a beacon for learning in the community.
If you suspect your child has contracted any illness, it is important that he/she does not attend school, Kumon, childcare, or anywhere else other people would be exposed to germs.
Thank you for your help in keeping our children and our Kumon Center healthy. - Carolyn Glass, Center Director
How We're Different Than Tutoring!
Tutoring may not get to the root of the problem.
When a child needs help with math or reading, tutoring often focuses on addressing an immediate need. The Kumon Method recognizes that a child's struggle likely stems from having missed earlier, fundamental learning.
Kumon identifies where your child's learning started to fall behind, while a tutor may not.
To fix the root of your child's struggles, the starting point needs to be correct. While a tutor may begin tutoring a fifth grader on fifth-grade material, Kumon may start them at a different level.
Tutoring is passive learning. Kumon teaches self-learning.
A tutor often sits with a child and explains how to solve a problem. This makes the child a passive learner, listening to an explanation with no guarantee the concept has been fully grasped. Conversely, self-learning in Kumon keeps your children actively engaged. They learn by studying examples that equip them to do the work on their own.