Did you know your kids can lose up to 2 months of learning during summer?

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Summer is a great time for your kids to relax and have fun. However, studies have shown most kids lose up to two months of their math skills between school grades. That’s why enrolling them in year-round academic enrichment like the Kumon Math and Reading Programs is so valuable.Kumon keeps their minds actively growing and absorbing new knowledge during the summer months and throughout the school year.

Kumon’s Worksheet-based approach to learning takes just 30-minutes a day per subject, 2 days a week at the Kumon Center and the other days at home. This gives you — and your children — the flexibility to work around busy summer schedules. Hard-working Kumon kids even take their worksheets on vacation!

The Kumon Method is designed to build a strong academic foundation and enable students to comfortably self-learn new materials. Through Kumon’s carefully designed Math and Reading Worksheets, students are given steps in examples to show how concepts are solved, and they use their problem solving skills to learn independently. The ability to learn independently is a valuable skill that can drive success in school and beyond.

Over time, many Kumon students become very confident as they work on material that’s beyond their grade level. They often find themselves doing their school homework much faster and with better results than many of their peers.

To learn more how Kumon can give your kids a smarter summer and an academic advantage year round, schedule a free Parent Orientation. You can even save up to $50 with Free Registration if you enroll your kids between 6/1 and 6/30

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