Kumon parents generally find that their children end up with more time to pursue other interests because they’ve developed far more efficient study habits, along with the skills to do both Kumon assignments and schoolwork quickly and accurately without wasting time.
Kumon Instructors regard themselves more as mentors or coaches than teachers in the traditional sense. Their principal role is to provide the direction, support and encouragement that will guide the student towards performing at 100% of his or her potential.
Students who grow with Kumon may find their relationship to their Kumon Instructor to be among the most rewarding and productive of their academic careers.
All Kumon Instructors share a passion for education and an earnest desire to help children succeed. They will invariably apply these along with their talent and training in the Kumon Method to make the most constructive contribution possible to your child’s future.
Children have to cultivate the discipline and perseverance that will help them with more than just Math & Reading.
Due to inclement weather the Hockessin Center will be closed on Tuesday, 21st Jan 2014. Homework can be picked up fom the bin outside.
Bear Center will be closed on Wed, 22nd Jan 2014. Homework will be available in the bin after 12:00 noon on Thu 23rd Jan 2014.
If you can, swing by and pickup the homework. Take care and be safe.
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