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pdf May 2021
Building Reading Skills At Home
pdf April 2021
Why Dual Enrollment in The Kumon Math and Reading is Important
pdf March 2021
Motivate Your Child Through Goal Setting
pdf February 2021
Kumon Students Aim to Educate Peers Through the Power of Social Media
pdf January 2021
A Step-By-Step Guide To Setting Goals With Your Child For The New Year
pdf December 2020
How Kumon Helped My Child During Pandemic
pdf November 2020
Fun And Affordable Fall Activities For Kids
pdf October 2020
Back-To-School Series
pdf September 2020
Back-to-School Series
pdf August 2020
Three Screen-Free Activities for the Summer
pdf July 2020
How to Find Books Online — For Free
pdf June 2020
Kumon Reading Summer Series



pdf Early Learner Guide
Early proficiency of basic math and reading skills opens all sorts of possibilities for the future. Kindergarten readiness is only the beginning.
pdf Educator's Guide to Kumon
Kumon pursues the potential of each individual student to the maximum by developing academic ability and independence.
pdf Preschool Math
Preschoolers become familiar with numbers by learning to count objects and will begin to learn the basics of addition.
pdf Preschool Reading
Preschoolers learn how to hold a pencil properly and develop fine motor skills, and start to read aloud words and sentences by learning sound parts within words.
pdf Elementary Math
Students strengthen their addition skills by adding single- & double-digit numbers, both horizontally & vertically, and become familiar with fractions and mixed numbers. They learn how to reduce and find the LCM.
pdf Elementary Reading
Students develop their ability to read, write and spell words. They begin to learn the function of nouns, verbs, adjectives, and learn to combine and divide sentences, and then how to break down complex paragraphs to identify main ideas.
pdf Middle School Math
Students calculate fractions with mixed operations, work with decimals, and solve word problems, and work on multiplication of polynomials, factorization, and square roots.
pdf Middle School Reading
Students understand the links between sentences in a paragraph and answer questions about the text, and summarize one paragraph while keeping the context of the whole passage in mind.
pdf High School Math
Students expand their algebraic skills through more in-depth exploration of concepts like factorization, the quadratic equation, simultaneous equations, and learn to work with sequences, series, limits and differentiation, then progress to differential calculus.
pdf High School Reading
Students view texts from the perspective of authors, critics, and write critically about passages, using the reading skills they've developed.