Let’s explore ways parents can promote effective study habits to kickstart the school year on the right foot and pave the way for self-learning and academic success.
It’s important to acknowledge that back-to-school anxiety is normal but shouldn’t be seen as baseless or brushed off. Help your child defeat this with this guide! This blog will delve deeper into ways to address your child’s back-to-school anxiety, which can significantly contribute to their academic development.
Back-to-school season can feel overwhelming at times, leaving us searching for guidance and support. That’s why we’ve created this comprehensive back-to-school guide, specifically designed to empower and assist you.
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A ten-year-old student of Kumon Philippines, Francis Danmiel Legaspi, wins the gold medal at the World International Mathematical Olympiad (WIMO) 2021.
Self-actualization is important for a child because they become confident to learn about other when they know themselves. As an adult, you know the importance of self-actualization. You know what it is like to find the one thing you are talented in and how satisfying it is to work on something you enjoy. And as a parent, your child’s journey to self-actualization is
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Give them the biggest chance to succeed It’s only natural that parents want to give their child everything within their power—from sending them to the best schools to giving them a proper diet and being with them—to provide their child with the best chance at a holistically successful future. But how can a parent help ensure this success without breaking the bank? Fortunately,
Let’s start at the very beginning Throughout its history, one thing has become clear in the field of education: each student is unique. They have different talents, skills, and even learning styles. Some prefer learning through song, others by reading their books, while others learn best through their own first-hand experiences. This is why educators go the extra mile ideating different ways to
While students have since begun to adapt to online learning, there’s no denying the fact that they’re more prone to distractions for the better part of the year. After all, being at home, within reach of toys, games, and other activities, is likely to get in the way of learning. Fortunately, there’s one sure way to curb the distractions and keep your child’s focus on their learning: