A lot of parents share a bad habit when it comes to their child’s musical education. They’re so focused on enrolling them into lessons that they don’t consider which instrument is right for their child. Don’t be that parent. Choosing the wrong one can set your child back, potentially dooming their lessons before they even start. Take the time to explore the options with your kid and choose one that fits their age, personality, and interests.
Sports clinics, summer camps, family vacation, Kumon…
Among this list of activities, more often than not, you may view Kumon as just one of the summer programs, something to keep you occupied while school is out.
Although Kumon is a good way to make your summer productive, Kumon is definitely more than just a summer activity; it is not done in a short period of time, or in this case, two months. For you to reap its full benefits, long-term commitment is needed.
People would say that you could focus yourself in only one aspect and must sacrifice the other or say “you cannot serve two masters at the same times.” This is the usual case in the life of student-athletes. Some of them would rise above the rest in their field while falling from the pack when it comes to their grades. (more…)