## What is the highest reading level in Kumon?

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.

### What grade level is Level D in Kumon?

Grade 4

Kumon Recommended Reading List – Level D (Grade 4)

**What grade level is level J in Kumon?**

The students who successfully reach Kumon math or reading program J level by 6th grade. Level J is 10th grade school level by the national standard. Students can study material that is 3 years or more beyond their school grade level independently.

**What grade is Level F in Kumon?**

Grade 6

Kumon Recommended Reading List – Level F (Grade 6)

## What is the last Kumon level?

The Math Program consists of 21 Levels, numbered Levels 7A through Level O. Each Level consists of 200 pages and is broken down by topic into sections.

### What is level 7A in Kumon?

Level 7A: Students begin building the pre-reading skills necessary to becoming emergent readers. Students connect words to familiar objects by pointing to and repeating words after hearing them read aloud. Level 5A: Students read numbers and number tables up to 50.

**What is Kumon level G?**

Math Level G is when students develop the skills to calculate fractions and improve their skills for algebraic expressions. They learn equations, inequalities, and linear functions. Reading Level G is when students learn about their impressions and recognize the sentiments of characters.

**What is level H in Kumon?**

He started the Math program with writing numbers 1 through 120 and currently he is in Level H, which is 8th grade math.

## What grade is G in Kumon?

By reaching “Level G by Grade 4” — two years ahead of grade level — Kumon gives students an edge when they need it most.

### What is level Z in Kumon?

In Kumon’s Level Z, students use a shorter pencil that matches the size of their hand. With a shorter pencil, students have a more stable grip and steady their handwriting. Pencils that have a harder lead, can often lead to hand fatigue in an early learner.

**What level is 4A in Kumon?**

In this level, students will learn to say words with consonant blends, consonant digraphs (such as the “ch” in cheese), consonant-controlled vowels, and long vowels produced by the “silent e.” By the end of Level 4A, students will be able to recognize and say over 1,000 vocabulary words (cumulative).

**What is platinum in Kumon?**

*The Platinum Award indicates students who are studying three years ahead of the Kumon International Standard based upon school grade level.

## What is Kumon J by 6?

J by 6 Award This award is presented to a student who has completed Math/Reading Level J10 or higher before or during their 6th-grade year.

### What is Level 2A in Kumon?

In Level 2A, students learn to add through to +1– 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.

**What is Kumon level h?**

Goals. Level H aims to develop students’ ability to solve simultaneous linear equations with two to four variables. Students will also study inequalities, and operations with monomials and polynomials. Contents.

**What is Level G in Kumon?**

## What is level L in Kumon math?

KUMON level J, K & M is for the Pre-Calculus level (J level is the cross-over between Algebra II and Pre-Calculus) KUMON level L is for the AP-CalculusAB basic, KUMON level M, L, N, O and optionally XV, XM, XT is for the AP-CalculsBC.

### What is Kumon level B?

In. Level B, students encounter their first word problems in Kumon. The level draws on the advanced mental calculation skills developed in previous levels when students “carry” in addition questions and “borrow” in questions involving subtraction.

**How many levels are in Kumon Math?**

21 levels

Kumon Mathematics is composed by 21 levels (6A, 5A, 4A, 3A, 2A, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, X), among which, the following contents are addressed: Counting, writing, and number sequencing (levels 6A, 5A, 4A) Addition and subtraction (levels 3A, 2A, A, B) Multiplication and division (levels C, D)