Tips and tricks to improve study skills, the foundation for daily learning.
Meet Rachel. The bubbly 11-year-old enjoys riding her bike with friends and practicing martial arts. Like many fifth graders, Rachel is studying multiplication and division in school. Unlike her classmates, however, Rachel is not concerned about the prospect of fractions on the horizon. That’s because she already mastered them in Kumon. In fact, she’s studyingREAD MORE >
Soccer practice at 3p.m., violin lessons at 4:30p.m., Spanish class at 6p.m. Does this schedule seem familiar? Children today have a reputation for being overbooked, with some parents even facing criticism for putting their kids in too many activities. Is there a point when extracurricular activities become too much?
Kailaash thought that point cameREAD MORE >
Sisters Reyshum and Naveen are complete opposites. Reyshum prefers long hair, but Naveen keeps hers short. Reyshum enjoys the challenge of competitive swimming, while Naveen enjoys the freedom of hip hop dancing. Reyshum loves Kumon, but Naveen dislikes having to do worksheets every day. Despite their differences, they both agree on one thing—Kumon works.
Waiting has become nearly obsolete in today’s connected world. Gone are the days of bringing your film to the store to get developed. Even the satisfying shake of a Polaroid would feel like forever compared to the instant gratification of a cell phone selfie. When you can receive an immediate answer to a burning question simplyREAD MORE >