Autumn is in full swing, so we compiled a list of the best activities to do with your child! Our list includes activities that promote fine motor skills, gross motor skills, organization, creativity, and imagination! Which activity is your favorite?
Maggie, age 8, with her favorite back to school book!
Can you believe your little one will be going back to school in just a few short weeks? We understand how some children may be feeling anxious to go back, so we’ve come up with a list of our favorite children’s books to help combat those back to school nerves!
1. Wemberly Worried by Kevin Henkes
Summer’s here and even though school is out, reading is an activity children should still be practicing every day. Homer, the #1 Learn-to-Read and award-winning iPad app that has been proven in a randomized study conducted of preschool-aged children to increase early reading skills by 74%, is one such early literacy and phonics program that can help.
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.