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Young Soccer Star Gains Competitive Edge in the Classroom
Young Soccer Star Gains Competitive Edge in the Classroom
 Abigail, 13-years-old, Math Level L It’s no secret that participating in any sport on a competitive level takes a particular
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Three Ways to Encourage Reluctant Readers
Three Ways to Encourage Reluctant Readers
“Reading is too hard.” “Reading is boring.” “Reading isn’t for me.” If you have a reluctant reader, you’ve probably heard
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What Exactly is Self-Learning?
What Exactly is Self-Learning?
How You Can Help Your Child Develop this Important Skill You may have heard that Kumon develops independent, self-learners. But
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Combat Learning Loss with Kumon [Infographic]
Combat Learning Loss with Kumon [Infographic]
Parents across the country have been faced with the reality of school closures and an interruption in their children’s learning.
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How to Take an Adventure from Home
How to Take an Adventure from Home
As families across the world adjust to staying at home during the pandemic, parents are seeking creative ways to inspire
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How to Instill a Love for Reading in Your Child This Summer
How to Instill a Love for Reading in Your Child This Summer
Consistent reading can improve vocabulary and comprehension skills. Encourage the love for reading by incorporating these best practices with your
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Reading Program Completer Dreams of Becoming A Neurosurgeon to Help his Younger Sister
Reading Program Completer Dreams of Becoming A Neurosurgeon to Help his Younger Sister
Joseph, 13-years-old, Math Level L & Reading Program Completer Joseph’s competitive edge and sharp math skills have taken him to
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What is the Kumon Recommended Reading List and Why is it Important?
What is the Kumon Recommended Reading List and Why is it Important?
Reading has always been a key part of the Kumon Program. Learn more about our Kumon Recommended Reading List.
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Make Learning a Habit
Make Learning a Habit
Why Consistency is More Important than Intensity “Slow and steady wins the race.” As a parent, we’re sure you’re familiar
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