Math is Everywhere

“Why do I need to study math?” This is a question your child asks every time he encounters a difficult problem or every time he does not feel like answering his math homework. The answer to his question is simple – it’s because math is present everywhere and anywhere. Be it in nature, in technology, in money, or in everyday chores, math shows

The Kumon Math Advantage

To develop strong calculation skills in order to enable children to self-study high school mathematics with ease.

This was the goal that Toru Kumon, the Kumon Method founder, made when he started to develop the Kumon Math worksheets for his son, Takeshi. He discovered that Takeshi’s school workbooks contained a wide range of topics with some of them not necessarily addressing the need to develop calculation skills. This is why the Kumon Math worksheets do not contain all the math topics that your child is studying in school. Unlike the school curriculum which encompasses a number of topics, only those topics that are essential to achieve the goal of the method  have been included in the Kumon Math Program. […]

What You Get From Math

From then until now, it is still a fact that a lot of people often say that being good at math equates to a lot of opportunities. You can still vividly remember all the achievements of your classmates who were considered math wizards. Even your parents were pushing for you to be just as good as them. You may not have understood what

The Kumon Math Program and Beyond

If you ask any person what subject he finds most difficult in school, math would be the famous answer. Now if you go on to ask what topic in math he finds most challenging, advanced math topics like calculus, geometry, and trigonometry would get the most votes. Yes, high-level math is a proclaimed weakness and difficulty of a number of students then and

Conquer Math Through Kumon!

To enable children to self-study with ease senior high school mathematics even in grade school. This was the goal of our founder Toru Kumon when he started developing the Kumon worksheets. Thus, he included only those topics that were essential to achieve that objective. Contents that did not directly help students to self-study high school math have been left out. This is why