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Fact: by age three, a child’s brain is more than twice as active as an adult’s, and it stays that way for the first 10 years of life. These early years present an incredible opportunity to learn and hone the skills that will ultimately serve as the foundation for their futures. Getting kids to step away from the toys or the TV to spend more time on educational practices, however, isn’t always easy. 

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That problem is solved with Homer: The #1 Learn to Read App for Kids 2-8. This 12-month subscription opens the door to a fun learning experience that’s both kid- and parent-approved. 

Featured in publications including The New York Times, Forbes, Fast Company and more, Homer is a research-backed platform that quickly became the essential early learning app. Designed for children ages 2 to 8, the app features over 1,000 lessons plus a variety of stories and activities. The content is sorted by interest, skill level and type of learning, so kids and parents can easily navigate through the myriad activities.

Even if you’re all over literacy best practices, like reading to your child, this app offers curated support across multiple skills. In addition to helping kids hone their reading comprehension, Homer features lessons that will help kids develop their creativity, mathematics and social abilities. 

If you’re thinking this all sounds great to you but your kids might not be as enthusiastic, the app designers beat you to it; the lessons are inspired by the games and activities kids already like to play. And rest assured that this ad-free app is safe for your little ones to use. Reviewers have given it 4.5 stars on the App Store and 4.2 stars on AppGrooves.

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Right now, you can get Homer - The #1 Learn to Read App for Kids: 12-Month Subscription at $38.99, down 67% from the original MSRP.

Prices subject to change. 

 

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