Kumon Math And Reading Center 1145 California Dr, Burlingame, CA94010 Kumon Math And Reading Center is a tutoring firm. It provides help for math and reading to students in pre-school…More through secondary school. Toru Kumon, a math teacher, developed the Kumon method in the mid-1950s to foster his son's math skills. More than 60 years later, students around the globe are using the same learning methods for math and reading.
Books Inc. 1375 Burlingame Ave, Burlingame, CA94010 This branch of the small, independent bookselling chain Books Inc. carries somewhere between 20,000 and 25,000 book…More titles, as well as 200 magazine titles. It is highly involved with the community. For example, it keeps in stock the summer reading list for Burlingame High School. It also lets kids come in and read their work there at the culmination of a local young writers' summer camp. Manager Earle Peterson helps keep its fiction and children's sections especially well-stocked. The store sells a number of children's toys in addition to books. Some past author events have included readings by Amy Bloom and essaysist Phyllis Thoreau.
Toyota Repairs by Datsonville 927 Howard Ave, Burlingame, CA94010 Look at the sign on the outside and you'll read "Datsonville." However, it should also read "Toyotaville." Hanza…More Bunzel, owner and lead mechanic of Datsonville, not only specializes in the care and serivce of Datsons and Nissans, he is equally adept at the maintenance of Toyotas. Look for Datsonville on the corner of Myrtle and Howard Avenues, and you'll also find Toyota Repairs by Datsonville.
Kumon North America 111 Anza Blvd, Burlingame, CA94010 Kumon is a supplemental math and reading program that originated in Japan more than 50 years ago. From this corporate…More office, Kumon employees oversee participating educational centers. Unlike traditional tutoring, Kumon focuses on its students realizing they are capable of learning on their own and taking their knowledge beyond the classroom.
Roosevelt Elementary School 1151 Vancouver Ave, Burlingame, CA94010 Roosevelt Elementary School is a public school serving grades kindergarten through fifth grade. Students learn core…More subjects, such as math, science, and reading, as well as other programs like arts and crafts. A lunch menu is readily available on the school's website for perusal.
Are You Being Served 1325 Howard Ave, Burlingame, CA94010 Are You Being Served is a legal services provider located in the Burlingame area. Its motto reads, don't take the law…More into your own hands, take'em to court. For more information on this business, please contact them directly.
Sylvan Learning Center 1200 Howard Ave, Burlingame, CA94010 Burlingame's Sylvan Learning Center, part of a nationwide network of tutoring centers, provides in-person and online…More tutoring to students of all ages. Parents can enroll their kids in classes for study skills and time management, or focus on specific subjects, such as math, reading or writing.
Easton Branch Library 1800 Easton Dr, Burlingame, CA94010 Easton Branch Library offers books, CDs, periodicals, research materials and films to members. Additionally, this branch…More hosts a reading series for children and maintains an online catalogue of the books and materials in stock. Visitors also can make use of public computer terminals.
Edu-Therapy Learning Center Darlene Rose Demarla M 340 Lorton Ave, Burlingame, CA94010 At Edu-Therapy Learning Center, education therapist Darlene Rose DeMaria, M.A., helps students improve their learning…More techniques in subjects like reading, writing and math. She also encourages creative expression and increases self-esteem. DeMaria also teaches strategies for test-taking.
lars4learning 1499 Bayshore Hwy, Burlingame, CA94010 Lars4learning is a personal tutoring service founded and staffed by Lars Guthrie, who has 13 years of tutoring…More experience. He works one-on-one with students on topics ranging from reading comprehension to spelling. He also helps with organizational and study skills. One of Guthrie's main objectives is to discover, with the student, through what method they best learn in order to maximize his effectiveness and their time.