While you’re busy getting dinner ready, call on your helpers to set the table.
From the learning experts at HOMER: tips, resources, and guides to help foster your child’s lifelong love of learning.
It’s never too early to teach kids to be active listeners. As they take in, process, and respond to information, they’re making connections with the world around them and the people in it!
Is there a best or proven way to help children learn to read? HOMER’s Senior Director of Learning and Curriculum Design shares the science behind how kids learn to read!
Your big goal is to make books and stories so wonderful, so special, and so exciting that your child cannot wait to learn to read.
Making your home “book-oriented environment” doesn’t mean you have to give up an entire room to dedicate to books!
Your child has mastered the alphabet; they can name the letters, they know the order of the letters, and they know the sounds that each letter represents. So, what’s next?
Check out this amazing playlist and have some fun listening to your favorite tunes with your kids!
We hope these tipsl help your family keep the spirit of reading alive and well in your home, even as the pressures of standardized testing mount.
Is your child a reluctant reader? Pull out the picture books. These tips will help you support your child’s love of reading in the early years of formal schooling.
Finding ways to engage kids with both reading and math is a great way to strengthen both domains and apply learning to new contexts.
Nothing brightens up family time like music. Music teaches children about rhyme, an important part of learning to read.
While children don’t need to read before kindergarten, these skills make learning to read easier.