Peggy Kaye, the designer of HOMER’s learning system, is a known literary expert and the author of a series of
Build Preschool Reading Skills with Tongue Twisters
These tongue twisters build reading and language skills.
Ideas for Teaching Sight Words from the ‘Sight Word King’
Sheena P. has been a part of our Homer Ambassador group for a few months now, and has recently celebrated
Homer’s Resident PhD Shares Her Family’s Bedtime Routines
Best Printable Worksheets for Beginning Readers
We’ve compiled a list of the best printables to use for beginning readers. Our practice sheets are perfect for when screen time is over.
Five Fun Summer Tips To Get Children Reading And Prevent “Summer Brain Drain”
Summer’s here and even though school is out, reading is an activity children should still be practicing every day. Homer, the
When Learning to Read, Slow and Steady Wins the Race
When it comes to learning to read, slow and steady wins the race.
5 Learn to Read Tips That Really Work!
Follow these tips to make learning fun and fruitful.
Phonics: Learning to Read is More Than Just the ABCs
Singing the ABCs is fun, but knowing the sounds letters make it the real key to learning to read.
Do Reading Games for Kids Really Teach Reading?
by Keith Meacham, Director of Partnerships, Homer With hundreds of new learning games for kids turning up every day online