It’s hard to learn how to read if you can’t match sounds to letters. That’s where phonemic awareness comes in.
Here are seven ideas that get you and your child moving, energized, and engaged while taking that next step in their reading journey.
We’re sharing ways you can incorporate memory activities into your child’s flexible learning routine.
Letting your little one help in the kitchen is fun and an opportunity to get them curious about food (warning: it’s a little messy, too).
Did you know that when your child is giggling over a funny and challenging tongue twister, they are actually building foundational reading skills?
When your child is young, handprint art can be great gifts for family members, and at this time of year,
Valentine’s Day is all about LOVE and expressing that love through kindness!
By HOMER Mom Ambassador Rachael Harris
These tongue twisters build reading and language skills.
Sheena P. has been a part of our Homer Ambassador group for a few months now, and has recently celebrated
Not sure if your family is like mine, but we often seem to go in many different directions at once,
Here are a few things we do with our children to celebrate Valentine’s Day in a spirit of kindness.