We’re big fans of learning AND playing. In fact, we often find ourselves doing both and don’t even realize it.
Making your home “book-oriented environment” doesn’t mean you have to give up an entire room to dedicate to books!
Bring the post office to life with this adorable DIY Mail Truck. All you’ll need is a cardboard box, paint, and a few more tools listed below.
These letter prompts so you can provide another way to stay in touch! Print them on regular printer paper, and get busy writing!
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,
Check out this amazing playlist and have some fun listening to your favorite tunes with your kids!
This winter scavenger hunt gets kids playing outside while building memory skills.
Q&A with Peggy Kaye, HOMER’s Chief Curriculum Officer Many children feel that unless they read with the fluency of adults,
Q&A with Peggy Kaye, HOMER’s Chief Curriculum Officer Children who love books and stories before they are readers are very
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.