We’ve been working from home — and we’ll be honest, it hasn’t been easy! Managing emails, meetings, calls, and our kids has been an interesting learning curve. We, like all parents, want to make sure we’re doing it right (Who are we kidding? there is no right. We want to make sure we’re doing our best.) We’ve been so inspired by the stay-at-home learning schedules we’ve seen on social media as a great way to give kids the structure and stability they find in the classroom, and crave at home.
At HOMER, our goal is to help you raise lifelong learners. As things change day by day, we are being challenged to continuously find ways to adapt and keep our families’ lives running. Here are our tips on how you and your family can make the best of this time at home and encourage learning and growing.
It’s National Reading Month and over the years, our members have asked us many questions about how kids learn to read. One question, in particular, comes up over and over again. Keep reading to see what Peggy, HOMER’s Senior Director of Learning and Curriculum Design has to say about the science behind how kids learn to read!
We’re partnering with our friends at OXO Tot, who make products for feeding, cleaning and bathing your little one. Together, we’re giving away a free year of HOMER, OXO baking tools, OXO Tot feeding products, and a HOMER activity book. You can enter for a chance to win by following @learnwithhomer and @oxotot on Instagram. You can enter the giveaway by following @learnwithhomer and @oxotot on Instagram. Click here to see the details.
A HOMER member wrote in asking about how they could make pet ownership a positive experience for their kids. Keep reading to see what Peggy, HOMER’s Senior Director of Learning and Curriculum Design had to say!