Parents across the country have been faced with the reality of school closures and an interruption in their children’s learning.
While technology is a necessary part of life, and the use of technology is an inevitability of our children’s futures, research suggests that students learn
Implementing a reward system at home can keep your child determined and fulfilled.
“Slow and steady wins the race.” As a parent, we’re sure you’re familiar with the story of the Tortoise and the Hare.
One of the greatest benefits of Kumon study is “self-learning.” But it can’t always be easily identified and knowing how to cultivate it takes practice.
Kumon is known for promoting strong study habits and helping students gain strong time management skills.
As you’re reading this right now, we assume you’ve already heard about Kumon. But how much do you really know about the Kumon Program? Let us explain.
Engaging your child at home academically can be challenging. The key to successful results is developing a strategy and planning activities ahead of time.
Kumon at home can be quite challenging for young children (and their parents) in the first few months after enrolling in the program.