Sounding out words helps kids learn about how to blend sounds, which can help improve their overall reading skills.
Practice essential literacy skills like letters, sounds, phonics, and sight words with these reading-focused activities.
With minimal equipment required, these activities can be set up within minutes and provide unlimited fun.
In addition to practicing their letters, kids get hands-on experience classifying (not to mention a hand-eye coordination workout!)
From sneaky switching letters to jumping across letter lily pads, we’ve selected our favorite spelling games to make your child’s spelling journey an enjoyable one.
Letter-sound correspondence means exactly what the words say: It is the understanding that every letter corresponds to a specific sound or set of specific sounds.
Sight words help your child instantly recognize familiar words and help them bypass trying to sound them out because, phonetically, they don’t make much sense!
Explore the awesome ocean with fun marine life facts to get kids curious about these cool creatures.
Explore these facts with your child with bug-focused Stories in the HOMER Learn & Grow App.
This activity has five variations. Your notes can be reused for future playtime.
Creating stories puts your child’s imagination to work while also developing their logic and sequencing skills.
Did you know that when your child is giggling over a funny and challenging tongue twister, they are actually building foundational reading skills?
These letter prompts so you can provide another way to stay in touch! Print them on regular printer paper, and get busy writing!