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Fun and Easy Tips to Keep Kids Learning during the Holiday Season

Kumon encourages continuous learning with tips and free registration at participating Kumon Centers November 1 – 30

The highly-anticipated, year-end holiday season is one of the busiest times of the year with more than 48 million Americans traveling for Thanksgiving alone. Kumon, the world’s largest after-school math and reading program, wants parents to know there are many fun and easy activities to keep children learning and engaged during the holiday break.

“Children definitely deserve a break from school during the holidays, but there are also many great ways to keep their minds active while enjoying quality family time,” said Dominique Ciccarelli, Ed.M., education spokesperson for Kumon North America. “Incorporating a few educational activities into your holiday break will encourage learning and promote screen-free entertainment.”

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