I participated in the Kumon Math program for several years during my childhood. I made it all the way up to level L. Okay, okay, it was only level K.
I guess it doesn’t really matter now since the only math I need to know is how to figure out much I can save on chicken when it’s 30% off at the grocery store.
This is not to say that Kumon math is a waste of time. I’m sure it’s produced a lot of math geniuses. I, unfortunately, am not one of them. But just think of how bad at math I’d be if I didn’t do Kumon. So there.
Anyway, back to the decluttering part of this post, since this is a blog about decluttering, not a thesis on the merits of after school math programs. I thought I’d thrown out all of my old Kumon stuff, but poof! Out popped some more worksheets hiding in the basement bookshelf. Into the recycling bin they go!