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6 Practical Tips for Summer Parenting

  “I’m bored.” The dreaded and inevitable words most parents hear at some point during the summer break. For many working families, summer time isn’t always full of pool parties, trips to the playground or amusement park, and endless playdates. Children have a lot of free time on their hands and it can be overwhelming […]

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Reduce, Recycle, Reuse

  At Kumon, we put a great deal of emphasis on our commitment to the community and take a conscientious approach to improve the quality of life for current and future generations. Part of that commitment is taking care of the environment. We believe it is necessary to combine the knowledge of people from around […]

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Kumon Staff Pick: Fever, 1793

  RRL Title: Fever, 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson Grade/Kumon Level of Book: 9-12/H – 7   Why do you personally enjoy this book? Fever, 1793 is a moving work of historical fiction that, once begun, is a hard one to put down. While it is a quick read, the character development is such that […]

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Finding the motivation to continue learning during the summer can be a challenge. 13-year-old Kumon dual program completer shares advice on perseverance.

  Gold medal athlete. Not many 13 year-olds have the privilege of receiving such an honor. Add to that another remarkable achievement at a young age, Kumon dual program completer. To say that Ethan Sen is an inspiration to other young Kumon students would be an understatement. As a member of the USA Taekwondo National […]

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7 Important Study Habits for School

To be successful at school, children need good study habits. It’s never too early to begin thinking about the skills needed in and outside of the classroom. Here are 7 study habits that are essential for students of all ages. Establish a study area at home. Find the perfect place to designate as the homework […]

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