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?
Homer, the #1 Learn-to-Read Program, offers hundreds of printables for children who are learning to read or who are working to build advanced knowledge. Our practice sheets are perfect for when screen time is over.
We’ve compiled a list of the best printables to use for beginning readers. These sheets work directly with Level 1 in our Learn to Read section within the program.
1. Traceable Letters
Help your child work on his or her fine motor skills!
2. Problem Solving
Encourage your little learner to use critical thinking.
3. Sound Recognition
Let your child practice sounds of letters.
4. Letter Recognition
Your child will learn to sight words (and use his or her creativity!)
5. Free Writing
Boost your child’s confidence by allowing him or her to write from the imagination
You can find all of these printables (and more) here: http://bit.ly/2cP1F9o
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We are so excited to announce that Learn With Homer has an opportunity to be featured on a panel at SXSWedu 2017 – but we need YOUR VOTE!
The panel discussion is on: Can the iPad Solve the Literacy Crisis?
Stephanie Dua, Learn With Homer’s founder & CEO
Dr. Susan B. Neuman, former US assistant secretary of Education
Michael Levine, founding executive director of Sesame Workshop
Lisa Guernsey, director of the Early Education Initiative and the Learning Technologies Project in the Education Policy Program at New America.
The panel will discuss findings of literacy education through technology and engage the audience in a discussion of literacy apps and how to improve their use.
In order for us to have this important discussion, we need wonderful Learn With Homer friends and families (like yours) to cast a vote. To do so, you can follow these instructions:
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Voting ends September 2, 2016. Thank you so much!