Kumon Philippines shares tips on how you can help your child start the habit of reading
Here are tips on how you can help your child reach Kumon Program Completion.
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,
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
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
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
By: Mrs. Melissa Villanueva, Mother of Zelina, Pauline, Mary of Kumon Mabini (Tagum) Center 1. Know your kids’ needs and create a plan to work on it. Mrs. Villanueva has always dreamt of having children who are good in math because it was one of her frustrations as a child. Since she and her husband wanted their kids to face math with confidence,
Five years ago, Mr. Jess and Mrs. Mia Tayag, both full-time government employees and part-time teachers, were looking for a preschool where Jordin, then two and a half years old, can adjust to the idea of structured learning before enrolling in a big school. “Jordin was already familiar with the signs she sees around her. She could already read McDonalds, Chowking, etc. I