National Siblings Day: Siblings Doing Kumon Together
Each person has their own individual skills, interests, and dreams. Siblings are a great support system to help to motivate and hold each other accountable for the things they want to achieve.
In Kumon, older siblings can often be a role model for younger ones, but that’s not to say it can’t be the other way around! Countless students have learned from their siblings and pushed themselves to new limits thanks to the support from their brother or sister. Here you can see siblings working on their Kumon together.
To share a bit more about the impact siblings have on each other, here is a roundup of posts that highlight siblings who share a common bond by working through the Kumon Program.
Learn more about how Sohavi and Waris both developed better study habits and discipline that impacted them in and out of the classroom.
These twin brothers have their own interests and strengths. Kumon has helped them build upon these while helping them to both meet their learning goals.
This piece highlights the accomplishments of each of the three siblings throughout the Kumon Program. It also includes what they have been able to achieve outside of the classroom.
Last year, we shared how siblings adjusted to Kumon At Home in 2020. Learn more about how these siblings worked alongside each other.
These Kumon Program Completers have developed more than just math and reading skills. Find out what they learned from being enrolled in the Kumon Program.
Each person’s journey is different, but siblings are often there to support each other’s goals, especially in Kumon. If you have a sibling, be sure to let them know how much you’ve learned from them and how much you appreciate all that they do!