Is my child the right age for HOMER?

The HOMER Learn-to-Read program is handcrafted for children ages 2 to 8. We have designated pathways that span children’s ages and their stages of development.

Our Toddler and Preschool pathways target pre-literacy skills and early work with the alphabet.

Our Pre-K path helps children develop the visual, auditory and phonemic processing that are so crucial to success in reading, along with developing a strong understanding of our alphabet in preparation for cracking the alphabetic code.

Our Early Reader and Growing Reader paths, teach children to sound out and spell words with the five short vowels and words with digraphs and blends.

In addition to pathways, we also have a library of fiction and nonfiction digital books that can engage and inform our youngest learners as well as children who are reading beyond what we currently teach. There are stories about everything from oceanography to presidential pets to our five senses. There are fairy tales and fables, poetry and songs. A great resource for our older users!


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