It has only been a few months since the school year started but you have already noticed your child feeling tired and weary. Aside from schoolwork and household chores, he also has to think about his other academic responsibilities, extra-curricular activities, and Kumon. He then starts to complain about his tight schedule and begins to ask you why he has to attend Kumon.
By Mrs. Tintin Tapang, Mother of Mico, Mau, Mikee and Mika of Kumon Angeles City Center I enrolled my children in Kumon a decade ago in order to test the waters on methods that can further enhance their knowledge. After learning of the Math and Reading Program that Kumon offered, I was intrigued, and I enrolled my sons to see how effective the
When one takes a peek at a student’s schedule, school and school-related events take up most of a student’s time. Your time is allotted for different activities: going to school, doing homework, completing group projects, and attending field trips. But these are not the only activities that keep you busy. In fact, extra-curricular activities like sports, dance classes, educational trips, national and international
After a long and restful vacation period, this is the season that most kids dread – going back to school. As parents, you love the idea of getting your kids off the usual habit of TV viewing and playtime for one whole day. Your kids, on the other hand, might not be too enthusiastic about that idea. It may be an anxious and
ACTUAL: The clock reads 9:00 p.m., and you still have a 10-page book report to submit the next day. FACT: The deadline was given two weeks ago. ACTUAL: Three times this week, you are always running late for your 10:30 a.m. class FACT: You slept late because you needed to accomplish your presentation that was assigned a month ago. These are just two