Your child is unique. He likes bugs, bats, space, and astronauts. He’s innately curious about the world and learns at his own pace. Put that just-right sprinkle of fun with lessons, mix it up with his specific interests, and he’s motivated to learn.
Homer isn’t just about serving the families who subscribe to our product, we have a double bottom line. We want to better the whole. And, like any mother will tell you, it takes a village to raise a child. We have a product we sell to families for unlimited access to the Homer method for reading instruction, but we also have a commitment to reach kids whose families are not in a position to pay for a subscription service. So we grant Homer to schools, libraries, nonprofits, hospitals, and the military 100% free of charge.
It’s all about Dad this weekend. Why not encourage your child to create a unique, handmade tale he’ll never forget using your child’s imagination and storytelling ability?
Every day at Homer, our team of educators and literacy experts is lucky enough to spend time talking to our amazing community of parents about the ways their children are using our program. We learn as much from their questions as we do from their positive comments.
One of the questions we hear over and over is this: “So many of the educational apps my child loves are highly entertaining. Can they really be educational?”