Watching a film based on a book enables children to consider the attitudes and perspectives of others, and analyse the differences and similarities in structure.
As well as offering a strong foundation in the core subjects of maths and English, Kumon study equips children with excellent study skills so they are able to excel in all other aspects of their school life.
To help your child prepare for their exams, it’s important to support them both in the lead-up and on the exam day itself by considering everything from nutrition to creating a motivating study environment.
National Share-a-Story Month is an annual celebration of the powers of storytelling. Families across the country will be dedicating time to reading together with their family throughout May 2013.
Being dehydrated will affect a child’s short-term memory, make it difficult for them to focus and simple maths may seem much more challenging.
There are a number of ways a Kumon parent can support their child’s learning, including encouragement and marking work daily.
Setting New Year’s resolutions with children will enable you to discuss what is important to them and how to set meaningful targets for the year ahead.
There are numerous ways a parent can support their child’s vocabulary development, including exploring the context and using a vocabulary notebook.
With just over half of all UK children living with another child in their household, fostering positive sibling relationships is important for both their development and their parents’ peace of mind.
Encouraging your child to develop good table manners from an early age will enable you to make the most of family meal times. Communicate the behaviour you are looking for and why it is important to help your child understand the need for table manners.