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students so that they can excel in Mathematics.

The lower level Kumon worksheets are designed to

build mastery of the four operations, which are the

basics of Mathematics.

Students with a mastery of addition, subtraction,

multiplication and division can easily learn more

complex operations such as long division,

fractions, equation solving and factorization.

Students who are struggling with Math are most

often those with poor foundation skills. Kumon?s

programs are structured in a linear fashion to

ensure that students master one concept before

moving onto the next. Kumon students are able to

progress based on an assessment of their own

needs and skills. This is one of the major

differences between Kumon and school-based

learning.

The Math Program consists of 23 Levels,

numbered Levels 7A through Level Q. Each Level

consists of 200 pages (with the exception of Level

P) and is broken down by topic into sections.

Additionally, each section is broken down into sets

20 sets.

7A 6A 5A 4A 3A 2A A B C D E F G

H I J K L M N O P Q

The Kumon Math Program begins with basic

counting to reading numbers. It proceeds to the

four fundamental operations (addition,

subtraction, multiplication and division), then

elevates to Algebra & Trigonometry. It then

graduates to higher Mathematics, such as

Calculus, Statistics & Probabilities, thus following a

logical sequence. It is suitable for preschool

children through to senior high school students.

The main material of the program is the

worksheets. The worksheets were designed in

minute steps to facilitate self-learning. The

worksheets contain mostly computational

problems. As students study higher levels of

Mathematics, the percentage of calculations, both

in school curriculum and textbooks, increases.

That is why, the worksheets will focus on

developing the students computational skills. The

ability to calculate develops the ability to think and

lead the way to creativity. Whenever there are

new lessons presented, examples are provided to

the exercises.

The Program begins with very basic number

recognition and number counting. It then

progresses through addition, subtraction,

multiplication, division and fractions. Next, positive

and negative numbers are introduced, followed by

algebra, factoring, functions, and finally, calculus.

To reiterate, the Kumon Math Program takes a

very linear approach to learning math. Each

concept that is introduced builds on knowledge

and skills learned from the previous concept. For

this reason, it is important that students

completely master and understand their current

concept before advancing to the next.

7A 6A 5A 4A 3A 2A A B C D E F G

H I J K L M N O P Q

dots individually and as a group.

Mastery is gradual and the eventual

goal is for students to be able to say

the total number of objects in each

group without counting. Number

use of the Magnetic Number Board.

Level 6A: Students count up to 30 using pictures

and numbers. Gradually, students learn

to recognize groups of up to 20 dots

without counting them individually.

Number sequencing is reinforced

through the use of the Magnetic

Number Board.

Level 5A: Students learn to use a pencil through

line tracing exercises, beginning with

short lines and advancing to long

curved lines. The curved lines gradually

take the shape of large numbers. This

develops the fine motor skills needed to

trace and write numbers independently

and teaches the natural stroke order

required for number formation.

Students also develop their

concentration ability and learn to recite

numbers up to 50.

Level 4A: Students learn to write numbers up to

120 independently. Students also work

with patterns of up to 20 dots. By

dots in a group without counting,

students become better prepared for

the addition exercises in later levels. By

the end of the Level, students learn to

count up to 220.

Level 3A: Building on a strong sense of number

sequencing from Level 4A, students are

introduced to addition in Level 3A. At

first, students master + 1, + 2, through

+ 5 individually. The last 20 sheets of

this level are dedicated to random

addition questions from + 1 to + 5.

Level 2A: In this level, students learn to add

through to + 10 automatically. This is

also the level where they learn

subtraction, subtracting up to - 9 by

the end. It is very important that

students master the contents of this

level for smooth progress in

subsequent levels. Level 2A greatly

develops a student's speed and

concentration.

Level A: Level A continues horizontal addition

numbers than in Level 2A. This

important level develops the mental

calculation ability of students. By the

end of it, students will be able to add

advanced questions like + 200 and

subtract from numbers as big as 20.

Level B: This level teaches vertical addition and

subtraction. Throughout it, students

will encounter their first word problems

in Kumon. This level draws on the

advanced mental calculation skills

learned in previous levels when

students "carry" in addition questions

and "borrow" in questions involving

subtraction. Mastery of Level B greatly

reduces errors in multiplication and

division in Levels C and D.

Level C: Students master the multiplication

tables by practicing until they can

answer immediately. Next, students

learn up to 4-digit by 1-digit

multiplication with mental carryovers.

Once multiplication is mastered, simple

division by one digit is introduced.

Students who have developed good

to write division steps.

Level D: Students learn double-digit

multiplication before advancing to long

division. In this challenging section,

students develop estimation skills that

will be necessary for future fraction

work. Once students' ability to work

with all 4 arithmetic operations is

confirmed, they begin to study

fractions, learning to reduce using the

Greatest Common Factor.

Level E: Students learn to add, subtract,

multiply, and divide fractions. Proper

intermediate steps are emphasized. At

the end of the level, students learn

basic fraction/decimal conversions.

Level F:

fractions, now employing the order of

operations. Level F contains a

challenging section of word problems,

as well as more work with decimals.

algebra. Students use their previously

learned four operations skills to master

linear equations. A word problem set

rounds off the level, allowing students

to apply everything they have learned

in Level G.

Level H: Students will learn to solve

simultaneous linear equations in two to

four variables. Concepts of numerical

and algebraic value are strengthened.

Students are introduced to

transforming equations, inequalities,

functions and graphs.

Level I:

and H and introduces factorization.

Factorization is an essential skill to

advance to square roots and quadratic

equations, also covered in the level.

The level concludes with advanced

topics in geometry, specifically related

to the Pythagorean Theorem.

Level J:

expanded and reinforced. Students are

methods, complex numbers, the

discriminant, and the Factor and

Remainder theorems. At the end of the

level, students conduct proofs of

algebraic equalities and inequalities.

Level K: After a thorough study of quadratic

functions, Level K introduces students

to various types of functions including

higher degree, fractional, irrational, and

exponential, and their corresponding

graphs. The skills developed here will

help ease students into the calculus

exercises of Level L.

Level L:

calculus. Students begin by studying

logarithmic functions, followed by basic

differentiation and definite and

indefinite integration. The level

concludes with an analysis of

applications of integration, including

areas, volumes, velocity and distance.

the basics of trigonometric functions.

advanced trigonometry topics and

analytic geometry.

Level N: Level N begins with the advanced

calculus topic of vector analysis. The

level expands on quadratic regions and

concludes with the study of series and

sequences.

Level O: Level O builds upon topics learned in

Level L and introduces students to a

more advanced study of series and

sequences, limits and differentiation.

Students also experience the

applications of differential calculus,

specifically with regard to maxima and

minima.

Level P: In Level P, students continue their

study of calculus by studying advanced

integration (definite and indefinite) and

applications of integration. Students are

also introduced to differential

equations.

Level Q: Level Q introduces students to the

Students study combinations,

permutations, trials, the binomial

theorem, and distributions. To

complete the level, students study

matrices, mappings and

transformations.

Kumon Reading Program

The Kumon Reading Program is an individualized

study program designed to improve the students

reading comprehension ability in the English

language. It is divided into five learning blocks:

the word building block, the sentence building

block, the paragraph development block, the

summary block, and the critical reading block.

Each block has an overall learning goal and builds

the necessary foundation for the next learning

block. The entire program consists of 23 study

levels with a total of 3,800 double-sided

worksheets.

Though the main focus of the program is the

development of reading comprehension skills,

grammar lessons are also incorporated.

Comprehension questions then follow the reading

selections. In order for the students to produce

accurate & meaningful answers, they must be

writing and speaking skills are fostered as a

natural outgrowth of the Kumon Reading

curriculum.

The Reading Program consists of 23 levels,

numbered Level 7A through Level L. Each Level

consists of 200 pages and is broken down by topic

into sections. The sections are likewise broken into

sets of 10 pages. Unlike the Math Program, levels

in the Reading Program are grouped together into

Blocks, each block dealing with a certain aspect of

reading instruction. There are five Blocks: Word

Building Block, Sentence Building Block, Paragraph

Building Block, Summary Block and Critique Block.

7A 6A 5A 4A 3A 2A AI AII BI BII

CI CII DI DII EI EII F G H I J K L

from the first day by having students work on

materials they are able to complete successfully.

By completing work that is not too difficult at the

beginning, students improve concentration, study

habits, and attention to detail.

phonics and vocabulary development and moves

into a study of grammar and sentence structure.

This is followed by exercises in organizing

information, paragraph structure, passage analysis

and ultimately summary writing and critical

analysis.

The goal of the Kumon Reading Program is for

students to develop reading comprehension skills.

To achieve the goal of improved reading

comprehension, the curriculum focuses on the

development of summarization skills. When

students can quickly, easily and accurately

summarize a passage, they tangibly demonstrate

reading comprehension.

The Structure of the Kumon Reading Program:

The aim of the Kumon Reading program is to

develop students' reading comprehension abilities

to a point where they will easily be able to read,

understand, summarize and analyze advanced

forms of writing from a diversity of fields.

Through reading comprehension activities, Kumon

students are guided through all the important

areas of English language learning to develop solid

skills which will benefit them in many areas right

With a desire to develop rich vocabulary at the

earliest possible age, the Kumon materials begin

with simple pictures and words to repeat and

recite. It continues through 23 levels covering

topics such as familiar letter combinations, the

functions of words, simple and complex sentence

analysis, paraphrasing and argument

development. Finally, it concludes by teaching

skills in analyzing and summarizing complex texts

such as Shakespeare and other well-known literary

works.

Students start at a level that is comfortable for

them and progress at their own pace to reach

their own individual goals. The materials have

been produced to allow smooth and sequential

study for all students. Many supplementary

materials, such as CDs and flash cards, are also

used for various purposes to complement the

content of the worksheets.

The Kumon Reading program aims to develop and

foster a love of reading. Students are encouraged

to read books from the Kumon Recommended

Reading List from which many worksheet excerpts

have been selected.

7A 6A 5A 4A 3A 2A AI AII BI BII

CI CII DI DII EI EII F G H I J K L

Reading Program, young children start

to build the necessary pre-reading

skills they will need to become

beginning readers. Children will begin

to connect words to familiar objects

and will repeat words starting with the

same sound.

Level 6A: In 6A, children are exposed to

rhyming words, phrases, and

sentences. Students continue to

develop critical pre-reading skills,

including phonemic awareness, in

preparation for later phonics study in

5A and beyond.

Level 5A: Phonics exercises help students learn

individual letter sounds and

Students increase concentration,

improve hand-eye coordination, and

develop writing skills.

Level 4A: More sound parts, including consonant

clusters, are introduced. Students

trace words and begin freehand letter

writing by filling in missing letters

within words. These exercises, as well

as exercises that focus on rhyming

words, help develop students' spelling

skills.

Level 3A: Students develop greater pencil

control by writing properly

proportioned and spaced letters within

box guidelines. Students develop their

ability to read longer words through

exercises focusing on syllables.

Spelling skills are developed

throughout the level, and for the first

time, students demonstrate reading

comprehension through matching

exercises.

Level 2A: Students identify nouns, verbs, and

sentences. Students learn the singular

and plural forms of nouns and verbs,

and the comparative and superlative

forms of adjectives. Spelling skills are

reinforced throughout the level.

Level AI: Level A1 marks the beginning of the

Sentence Building Block. Students

study the structure of simple

sentences and learn expressions which

convey attitude or intention, such as

"can," "must," "may" and "should."

Students learn to write negative

sentences, questions, and sentences

using the past tense. Punctuation

exercises appear for the first time.

Students continue to develop their

vocabulary and reading

comprehension skills.

Level AII: Through reading stories and

answering questions, students improve

their reading comprehension and

writing skills. Technical skills such as

punctuation, spelling and capitalization

are also solidified. Students develop

the ability to recognize a sequence of

paragraph.

Level BI: Students refine their ability to identify

subject and predicate in longer

sentences containing modifiers such as

adjectives and adverbs. Students

conjugate irregular verbs, as well as

study pronouns, prepositions and

irregular plurals of nouns.

Level BII: Students focus on reading

comprehension and vocabulary

building. Students develop their ability

to define words using context clues in

the stories; to identify main ideas that

occur within a story to better

understand the story as a whole; and

to compare and contrast actions,

characters and information from a

passage.

Level CI: In Level CI, students further refine

their ability to identify subjects, verbs,

and objects, as well as learn how to

conjugate the future, progressive, and

perfect tenses. Students' punctuation

series and singular and plural

possessives. By the end of the level,

students write complete sentences

independently.

Level CII: Level CII is the last level in the

Sentence Building Block. Children

continue to develop their reading

comprehension, vocabulary and

writing skills. Students develop their

ability to construct and respond to

questions using who, what, where,

when and how; to interpret

information in charts, as well as to

take information from passages and

organize it into a chart format; and

write answers independently.

Level DI: Level DI marks the beginning of the

Paragraph Building Block. Students

learn to write compound and complex

sentences by combining simple

sentences. Then, students learn to

extract statements from paragraphs to

identify a statement as a single unit of

thought. Students also expand their

vocabulary by studying selected words

Level DII: Students continue to build their

reading comprehension by identifying

the topic and then the main idea.

Using their knowledge of finding the

main idea of a paragraph, students

then develop their understanding of

how paragraphs flow within a

passage. Students also practice

expanding their vocabulary by

studying selected words from literary

and expository passages.

Level EI: Students learn how clauses can

function as nouns, adjective, or

adverbs. In addition, students learn to

convert direct speech to indirect

speech and vice versa. Diagramming

exercises enable students to visualize

information within a passage, which

helps develop their ability to follow

and organize content logically.

Students also expand their vocabulary

by studying selected words from

expository passages.

understanding of a story's sequence of

events and imagery. Diagramming

exercises help the student visualize a

story, and learn how events in a

passage affect a certain result or

outcome. Reason and logic exercises

build the student's ability to compose

answers and develop skills of

rephrasing. Students also expand their

vocabulary by studying selected words

from literary and expository passages.

Level F:

Paragraph Building Block.

Paraphrasing and concision exercises

show students how to combine,

condense, and rewrite information

found in a reading passage. The ability

to identify the main topic and

elements of a paragraph is

emphasized and practiced. Vocabulary

exercises also assist students in

successfully paraphrasing.

Level G:

Summary Block. Students learn to

condense all the important information

third of length of the original passage.

Students are formally introduced to

story elements such as plot, character

and setting. Included in the level are

excerpts from the writings of Edgar

Allen Poe, Louisa M. Alcott, and Oscar

Wilde.

Level H:

authors' use of descriptive language.

Summation exercises help students

focus on specific points within

passages. Vocabulary exercises

introduce Greek and Latin suffixes,

prefixes and roots. Included in the

level are excerpts from Jane Eyre,

Treasure Island, and The War of the

Worlds.

Level I:

writing style found in speeches,

advertisements and political

documents. They also learn the

components and strategies of the

more formal "argument." The level

concludes with a study of pr?cis, the

most complex form of summary.

speeches by Dwight Eisenhower and

Albert Einstein, and fiction by General

Durrell and Agatha Christie.

Level J:

details of structure, theme, and

character lead students to a closer

reading of the text than in previous

levels. The reading selections develop

students' understanding of how a

writer's intentions are reflected in

various aspects of the work under

review. Students read extensive

excerpts from To Kill a Mockingbird,

Pride and Prejudice, and The

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

Level K:

critical reading and thinking skills

through the study of advanced

literature. In introductory sets

throughout the level, students read

non-fiction pieces introducing and

explaining various literary terms such

as Plot, Setting and Atmosphere,

Irony, and Comedy. In subsequent

sets, students then read extracts from

demonstrating these devices in action.

Students read extensive excerpts from

classics such as Macbeth, Hamlet, and

King Oedipus, as well as from more

modern works such as The Spy Came

in from the Cold, and The Importance

of Being Earnest.

Level L:

to understand the meaning of a text

beyond the obvious, common meaning

of the vocabulary the author uses.

Students are exposed to the basic

elements that comprise figurative

language and the interpretation of it,

making them better able to decipher

the plot, the values in which the

author might believe, and the virtues

and vices of the characters involved in

the story. Students read from the

Norton Introduction to Poetry, as well

as from a variety of poetry, short

stories, and tragedies (like Macbeth

and Death of a Salesman), and

conclude the level with an excerpt

from the novel, The French

Lieutenant's Woman

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