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What is Kumon?

The heart of the Kumon learning system is a curriculum of more than twenty clearly defined skill levels and hundreds of short assignments spanning material from preschool to college.

How does Kumon work?

It's our formula for success:
1. Success from the start
2. Advance step by step
3. Speed + Accuracy = Mastery
4. Practice makes perfect
5. Realizing each child's potential

How do I enroll my child?

Enrolling in our UVillage Kumon center is simple!
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What's Up at Kumon of Seattle

July UVillage Kumon Center Newsletter

Please go to the Newsletter link to open our latest & greatest July newsletter!
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Summer is A Great Time for Kumon

Whether you are a currently enrolled UVillage student or just starting out with us, you'll find that summer is a great time for Kumon. Just 15 minutes or so of daily study per subject builds your math and/or reading brain, keeps your skills sharp and helps you to hit the ground running when school starts again in the fall.....
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Practice Makes Perfect

The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics found that it is necessary for students to master their basic math facts by heart. As parents, we already know that. This is just what Kumon students do-practice until their facts are perfect........
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Join Our Summer Reading Challenge!

Our annual Summer Reading Challenge runs from June 23 -August 22. All UVillage Kumon students-including those enrolled only in the math-are invited to participate!
Please read on to find out how to join and how it works.....
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Kumon Background

In 1954, Toru Kumon, a high school math teacher in Japan, began developing materials to help hi second grade son who was struggling with math. As an educator, Mr. Kumon realized that a strong foundation in the basics was needed for success in higher-level math. He also believed learning occurs most efficiently when:
-The level of material being learned corresponds to the students' level of ability
-The rate of progress is determined by the student, not by the teacher; and
-The material is organized into a naturally coherent, logical progression.
With these principles in mind, Mr. Kumon created a series of carefully sequenced materials for his son to do after school. Through daily practice and a commitment to mastering each concept, the young boy improved his math skills and gained the ability to solve math problems well beyond his grade level.

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