Tips and tricks to improve study skills, the foundation for daily learning.
Playgrounds may not be the only place your kids experience a “slide” this summer. While a break from the mental taxation of school is needed, studies show most kids lose two and a half months of their math computational skills between school grades. The same loss can happen in reading during the long school break. […]READ MORE >
The Kumon Method instills in students the skills and mindset for learning new materials without being directly taught. The Kumon Program is a home-based education system that aims to develop students’ academic ability and independence. Kumon materials incorporate methods for introducing new content in a way that enables students to learn without directly being taught […]READ MORE >
Created by the College Board, the SAT is a standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States. The SAT was recently redesigned to more closely follow what students are learning in school and to correspond with the Common Core. Students can take the new SAT starting in March 2016. There are significant […]READ MORE >
To be successful on standardized tests, students must possess effective test-taking strategies. Through long-term study, Kumon students build a strong academic foundation in mental calculation, critical thinking, and reading ability, while developing these important test-taking strategies and skills: Follow instructions and read questions carefully. Reading the instructions and questions carefully is a simple, yet […]READ MORE >