Learn how your child can improve their reading skills by using these simple and useful tips.
Dual enrollment means that Kumon Students are enrolled in
both our Math and Reading program. The
Kumon Math Program develops strong problem-solving and calculation skills
from the four basic operations through algebra and calculus. The
Kumon Reading Program builds excellent reading ability from understanding
basic sentences to reading advanced literary
Children read a lot more than you may think. Every subject your child studies in school requires reading comprehension and retention. Whether it is math, history or science, reading retention is critical to success. Here are some ways you can help your child grow and develop solid reading-retention skills.
So you’ve created a reading-friendly
environment at home and have spent years reading aloud to your children—one
of the most important things you can do as a parent. And now, your little
learner is starting to read on his own. Children who are just beginning to read
feel an enormous
Parents play a huge role in raising
strong, confident and independent readers. Once children begin to read on their
own, it can seem easy to stop reading or discussing books with them. However, it’s
important to continue to talk about and recommend books as they get older.
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