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).
A HOMER member wrote in asking about how they could make pet ownership a positive experience for their kids. Keep
When your child is young, handprint art can be great gifts for family members, and at this time of year,
We’re big fans of learning AND playing. In fact, we often find ourselves doing both and don’t even realize it.
Hello Neighbors! Our Director of Learning and Curriculum Design, Samantha Creighan, PhD, and her son, Cole, recently had a beautiful discussion
Raising an independent child and watching them go out on their own is one of the most fulfilling and difficult
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?
These letter prompts so you can provide another way to stay in touch! Print them on regular printer paper, and get busy writing!
Take your mail adventure to the next level with this adorable mail hat. Encourage your child to use their imagination and create a world all their own.
It is not just OK that a child wants to hear the same story repeatedly, it’s terrific! It might be
Do you often ask, “How can I make my child pay attention when I try to teach the alphabet?” Well,