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Learning is unstoppable,
and so are we!!

Now bringing your favorite neighborhood tutors
online to help you thrive at home during COVID-19.

With the nationwide school closure and families staying at home,
Talentnook is committed to ensuring that learning never stops.
Choose from our pool of talents and talented teachers.
Design your own weekly plan or ask our experts for suggestions.
PreK to 2nd
This is the perfect time to encourage your child’s tiny brains to think, connect and lead their growth.
Young kids learn something from every activity, something as natural as breathing.
Discover talents that’ll keep your child engaged and entertained.
Check out our handpicked tutors in a variety of academic and creative talents
3rd to 8th
Let’s get your child’s learning curve growing. Keep your child actively engaged
with a blend of academic and creative learning. Check out our handpicked tutors
across various talents along with online homeschooling support for $10/hour per child
9th to 12th
With schools closed and more time on hand, it’s the perfect opportunity for high school students to hone their academic skills or catch up with their missing or weaker concepts. From Math and English to test prep, we have it all!
Now gain guidance from our experts to help you build a solid foundation for a better future.
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