Developing Self-Confidence

Did your hands sweat when you were asked to talk in front of the class? Did your voice tremble when you shared with your classmates your summer activities?  Shyness may be defined experientially as discomfort and/or inhibition in interpersonal situations. It is a form of excessive self-focus, a preoccupation with one’s thoughts, feelings and physical reactions. Kumon understands this problem, and though it

Your Child is More than an Achiever

Much has been written about holistic approaches to the development of a child. They say the most effective methods can simultaneously address the physical, emotional, relational, and intellectual aspects of a child’s life. In Kumon, there are a number of ways we help a child grow as an achiever holistically. One of the main activities that Kumon Instructors do regularly is to observe

Greyson James Gomok

The best place to study is in KUMON because it’s so fun! I know you can do it. Don’t be shy, try your best, and never give up! I know you’re smart. If you go to KUMON, they’ll teach you these and you can be smarter than before so you can reach the next level! Greyson James Gomok, Cebu Business Park Center

Making Wise Decisions for My Children’s Future

By Atty. Sittie Raifah Pamaloy-Hassan of Iligan (Learning) Center Parents in all sectors are united in wanting the best for their children. As parents, even during the trying moments in our lives, we still prioritize their needs. As a human rights worker, I feel that I have to fulfill my children’s right – which is their right to education. I was made aware

Going through the Kumon Programs

By Czariyah Althea Guiamalon, Math and Reading Completer of Tacurong City Center Before enrolling in Kumon, math was like any other ordinary subject for me. My performance in the subject was neither good nor bad – just average. But as I moved up to a higher grade level, I gradually found myself having a hard time learning it. I became familiar with the

A Worthy Commitment

For a mother of three with a husband working abroad and two children enrolled in Kumon, the life of a Kumon parent may not be as easy as some parents have it. Even though Mrs. Shiela Remollo and her daughter, Robin Alexandra of Iligan City found Kumon easy at the first few months of enrollment, they eventually found out that it wasn’t a

A Good Investment

Back home in Iligan, though he is the youngest among his classmates, Rocky tops in his academics. He lives an extraordinary life of a bubbly and smart child who loves to play video and internet games, surf the net, and even read all sorts of books. Having both parents as achievers, Judge Arassad and Judge Mylene Macumbal don’t regard Rocky as gifted or