It’s not a secret that one of the keys to nurturing a child’s love for learning is parents’ and teachers’ teamwork. Parents help form their children’s values at home, influence their attitudes towards learning, and support their learning. And when it’s time for children to gain knowledge outside their homes, the teachers work to instill and cultivate the values earlier planted by parents.
How do you effectively support your child’s learning and development amidst your busy schedule? Kumon Philippines has helpful tips for you.
Almost every remote and online activity — be it shopping or learning— is here to stay post-pandemic. And while we are well into the adjustment process, we have to start equipping ourselves with the right habits. We have to explore techniques to reap the benefits of digital advancements fully. Even when it comes to your child’s current Kumon study, you should gear up for online sessions to
How many times have you heard someone say, “A person is either good at math or not.” For so long, many of us have believed this binary perspective. But in Kumon, we carry a growth mindset. Taking inspiration from our founder Mr. Toru Kumon, we believe that each child has vast potential, even in Math. With the Kumon Method, we aim to discover, develop,
Did you know that children’s early years are a time of rapid learning? According to various studies, children learn more quickly during ages 0 to 8 than at any other time in life. As formative years have a high impact on a child’s life-long journey, parents and guardians should use this time for enrichment activities to support children’s development, learning, and future success.
Now that we are currently facing a pandemic, almost everything that we do nowadays is online. For your children, they are now leaning on gadgets, the internet, social media, and online games as forms of entertainment while staying at home. Yes, you are safe by staying home; but how safe are your children when they stare at a screen and switch between online
If your children enjoy learning on their own – whether in academics or extra-curricular activities, it means that they trust their skills, and are up for any challenge. In Kumon, we identify this as self-learning. Basically, self-learning is taking in information, processing it, and retaining it without the need for another individual to be teaching in order for children to gain understanding. As
Being at home with your child gives you many opportunities to bond and discuss matters with him/her. It is also equally important to guide your child as he/she grows up, which means that you would have to take in the responsibility of understanding your child, and making yourself understood as a parent as well. To be able to be understood by your child,
With children being advised to stay at home, their day consists of activities that can be categorized in two ways: continuing the usual daily routine and trying different hobbies and activities. As exciting as it is, you will often see your children juggling different activities and tasks in one day – which can range from learning a new instrument and trying a new
Consistently studying your worksheets at home guarantees continuous progress and a smooth Kumon study. Since the environment at home is different from the Center, there are many activities that can distract you from studying. You can increase your productivity at home with a dash of discipline, the right attitude, and a good study routine. Doing your worksheets in the Center allowed you to