The Kumon Method is an individualized learning method. Each student progresses at his or her own pace. The Kumon Instructor supports each student in developing self-learning ability.
Starting at an appropriate level fosters a love of learning
It is essential to foster confidence
The key to individualized instruction is to study at the “just right” level. The starting point for each Kumon student is determined individually. Students start with a level where they can attain a perfect score by studying on their own.
Progress at your own pace
Experience joy and satisfaction
The Kumon worksheets are designed to advance in small steps so that students can progress smoothly at a level that is most appropriate for them.
Develop good study habits and self-learning ability
The Kumon worksheets are structured to foster self-learning
The worksheets have been designed in a way that allows students to figure out how to solve problems on their own. Examples and explanations are clearly provided when moving on to new topics, encouraging students to self-learn and advance independently at all times.
Advance beyond school grade level
By progressing at one's own pace, advancing beyond school grade level is possible
If children continue to study at their own pace, at a level that is appropriate to their ability, they will catch up to their school grade level and eventually advance far beyond it.
In Kumon, parents play a very important role
It is important to develop daily study habits
Students go to a Kumon Center on a regular basis, while worksheet study is carried out daily at home. Therefore, parents play a very important role in the Kumon Method because home study is essential in nurturing good study habits and progressing smoothly with the program.
Benefits of continuous Kumon study
Continuous study with the Kumon Method is beneficial in developing your child’s future
Continuous study with the Kumon Method fosters essential strengths in children, allowing them to go on and apply what they have learnt even after graduating from school.