MOM Tip: Fall is just around the corner! Think about your favorite smells, sights and sounds about the fall. Sensory bins are the perfect way for little ones to explore the larger world, learning about textures, sounds, smells and sights all while practicing their fine motor skills as they manipulate objects. Click here for this tip […]
If you want to raise a family, you shouldn’t have to sacrifice getting a higher education and advancing your skills and career. In fact, even though it can be challenging, there are ways that you can plan your studies around bringing up your child in a home filled with love. Keep reading for a few […]
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Today, more and more moms are deciding that they want to go back to college and improve their education in order to be able to give themselves and their family a more comfortable life. But, looking after children along with committing to a college degree is no easy task, and it’s important for moms who’re […]
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Why are some K-12 students staying home for the first day of school? Their families chose full-time online school powered by K¹², where innovative technology, the rigorous and engaging K¹² online curriculum, and a strong partnership between families and state-certified teachers provide a personalized learning experience. Online school might be right for your child if […]
There are 52 weekends every year, so that’s lots of time that you need to fill to occupy the kids. Luckily for you, the US is one of the most exciting countries in the world, with so many places to visit and lots to do. So don’t panic in the face of 104 weekend days, […]
by Stephanie Dua and Keith Meacham, founders of Learn With Homer It’s back-to-school time and for families with young children starting kindergarten, many parents ask, “is my child really ready for kindergarten? And what does it mean to be kindergarten-ready anyway?” According to the National Center for Education Statistics, students enter kindergarten at very different […]
Amy Hannold, FamilyTimeandMoney.com When stores lower prices to beat out the competition, there comes an opportunity to stock up on school supplies. Buy what is on your child’s required list and then buy a small inventory to keep your student in school supplies for later in the year (don’t forget those car travel bags, where […]
Learn With Homer, the #1 Learn-to-Read program for children ages two to eight, is teaching the world’s children to read. Learn With Homer has the vision is to transform the academic trajectory of every child that uses the Learn With Homer program by cultivating a love for reading with a fun, easy to use program that boosts early reading scores. Learn With Homer is also nurturing, supportive and fun! Reading […]