Kumon Math

March 30, 2015
Rating: 3.5/5. From 1 vote.
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Content: Math
Grade(s): K – 12
Perspective: Secular
Prep Time: Minimal
Teacher Involvement: Yes
Cost: $ || ?
Publication Date: 2005-08
Page: 96
Publisher: www.kumon.com

** From the Publisher’s Website: **

From counting to calculus and beyond, the Kumon Math Worksheets enable students to progress all the way up through high school-level math. Kumon’s assignments progress in small steps to build all of the critical skills needed to study high school-level calculus. Each worksheet not only covers specific concepts, but also helps students develop mental calculation and reasoning skills and improve their problem-solving techniques.

The Kumon Worksheets are designed to guide students to figure out new concepts on their own by following examples and developing their self-learning ability from the start. Students advance at their own pace and develop strong skills, better study habits, and confidence that can help in the classroom and beyond. Students do daily assignments that take about 30 minutes per subject.

About the Author:
Kumon began with a parent’s love. Determined to help his eight-year-old son, a math teacher named Toru Kumon developed the materials and guiding principles of the Kumon Method. Today, Kumon is used in 48 countries and regions on six continents throughout the world.

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One Comment

  • elizabeth campbell March 30, 2015 at 1:06 pm

    Kumon Math is a series of books based on a Japanese learning method. Starting at the basics of forming the numbers it continues with a series of skills which build upon an understanding of mathematical concepts. Each books is slightly repetitive, and yet if one uses it as a system (a directed on the website) the child can build a foundation. If used alone, each book can be used as a supplement to other programs to help reinforce concepts learned elsewhere. Kumon is a program that works better for those starting at the beginning as we did with my daughter at 3, but also helps those who are struggling with various aspects (like long division or fractions). It is easily translated into other teaching styles to adjust to the child’s learning ability and style.
    It can become pricey, but I think it is worth it.

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