By Peggy Kaye, Director of Learning, Homer
Learning to read is one of the most difficult and important skills a child develops in the early years. It is also the skill that best predicts how well that child will do in school—and beyond—for years to come.
by Laura Fitzgerald Cooper, Mother of 3 Boys & Author, NoRealPlot
Ah, the adorable kid blooper. They say “I led the pigeon to the flag.” They sing “Gladly, the Cross-Eyed Bear.” Their moms get “very close veins.”
by Stephanie Dua, Founder & CEO, Learn with Homer
Every parent knows that learning to read starts at home. Follow these tips to make learning fun and fruitful.
By, Director of Learning, Homer
Singing the ABCs is fun, but knowing the sounds letters make it the real key to learning to read.