A Kumon Philippines parent Testimonial | Kumon Mom Shella Telan saw how Kumon enabled her two children to learn the value true hard work, persistence, being helpful and academically excellent.
We believe Kumon is setting up Joaquin for success. He would sometimes tell us that what he’s learning in primary school is something that he already learned in Kumon. As Kumon parents, we just need to continue being patient, being there for him, giving him words of encouragement, and, if needed, rewarding him with things that he finds pleasurable.
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.
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.
Education has always been a priority for Mr. Doroteo Carmelo “Dot” and Mrs. Ma. Johanna “Jhoi” Lujan. They believe in providing their daughter, Breizel Serenity “Brei”, with quality and meaningful learning activities that will further develop their daughter’s skills and lead her to better opportunities. This is why enrolling Brei in the Kumon Program was the best choice for them. “My sister introduced
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,
Busy and hectic are just two of the words that can describe a day in a Kumon student’s life. Your child usually starts his day by going to school with some extracurricular and afterschool activities (including Kumon) in the afternoon. He then spends some time with friends and family before he eventually ends the day by doing homework and completing house chores. Yes,
You may have already read all the articles on what you and your child need to do for him to become an advanced student. Be it the people you need to communicate with, the steps you need to take, the plans you need to follow, and the goals you need to achieve – almost everything about becoming an advanced student has already been
Reading is an activity that everyone does on a daily basis. Almost every move involves the need to read a sign or a set of instructions. Reading for pleasure and for the love of it is an activity that only a number of people, especially students, find enjoyable. With technology’s increasing influence in present times, gadgets and the World Wide Web consume the