The Kumon Method was first established in Japan in 1958 and has developed over the past 60 years to become a worldwide phenomenon. Classes have been opened in over 60 countries and regions with over 3 million students. Kumon offers Maths, English and Chinese programmes in Hong Kong and Macau.
The Kumon Method is a child-centred learning and an individualized learning method that allows each student to study at a comfortable level, regardless of age or school grade, and advance beyond his or her current school grade level.
The Kumon Method aims to develop children’s self-learning ability, allowing them to explore new knowledge on their own. They think for themselves by observing examples in the worksheets and gradually improve their self-learning skills under the guidance of the instructor.
Kumon worksheets are designed to take students from easy problems to difficult problems in very small steps. This enables each student to study at an appropriate level and advance smoothly through the programme.
Kumon Instructors are committed to discovering the abilities of each child and realising their potential. They look closely at each child’s learning ability, personality and his or her problem-solving skills to provide effective guidance so that each child can study at a “just right” level.
To enable children to self-study secondary school mathematics
To develop an advanced level of reading comprehension ability
To develop a high level of English reading ability
To develop a high level of Chinese reading ability
Students who study in Kumon Education Centre are able to have logical thinking ability, problem solving skills, also take action creatively and proactively, and become “lifelong learners”.
Kumon Education Centres are in Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the New Territories as well as in Macau. Kumon Education is eligible for kids who aged 3 years or above. Kumon instructors help children to develop good learning habits with solid foundation for their elementary school studying. Kumon method also provides different worksheets and supplementary tools. For examples, students can develop the concept of number sequence by playing number board, enhance the pencil gripping skills progressively through Pencil Skill Programme. Kumon worksheets also provide interesting stories and fruitful illustrations to stimulate children’s motivation of studying.