We’ve been practicing social distancing, and now, more than ever, we’ve been so grateful for how technology is helping us keep in touch with our friends and family. This week, we wanted to remind you of these letter prompts so you can find another way to stay in touch! Just print them on regular printer paper, cut to size, and get busy writing!
Take your mail adventure to the next level with this adorable mail hat. At HOMER, we encourage your child to use their imagination and create a world all their own.
Support your child’s imaginative play with this fun and easy DIY dress-up accessory. Plus, it looks really good when you’re “driving around” in this DIY mail truck!
Mother’s Day is around the corner! All moms and mother figures deserve to be showered with love and attention, but we know that even the best of us can drop the ball. Don’t worry — we’ve got your back!
It is not just OK that a child wants to hear the same story repeatedly, it’s terrific! It might be a bit tedious for you, but it is extremely beneficial for your child.
Do you often ask, “How can I make my child pay attention when I try to teach the alphabet?”
Well, there are two main reasons why young children fail to pay attention when adults try to teach them about the alphabet. For some children, the task seems abstract — why learn all those letter names anyway?