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Help your child learn to read with this app reviewers love

Help your child learn to read with this app reviewers love

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If you've been struggling through your child's at-home education during the COVID-19 pandemic, this app is here to help you boost their reading skills. 

The Homer app is the #1 learn-to-read app for kids, and right now a 12-month subscription is only $38.99. It has a 4.5/5-star rating on the Apple App Store with more than 17,250 reviews. It will help both children and parents enjoy the learning process much more. 

Intended for children ages 2 to 8, Homer offers more than 1,000 interactive lessons, stories and fun activities. In addition to reading, it will help your child with math, creativity and social learning skills development. It sorts the lessons by skill level, interest and type of learning. 

"We have been using Homer for almost a year now and I can say my son has absolutely been learning to read because of it," said one reviewer. "I love how easy it is to use and how clear the directions are, without a lot of distracting pictures or sounds like others learning apps that are difficult to follow for an early reader."

The app is ad-free and fueled by reviews that show which games kids actually enjoy playing, this way it's much less of a struggle to convince your child to participate. It is completely research-backed and has been proven to increase kids' reading scores by 74 percent. 

This bundle allows you to add up to four profiles at once, so it's perfect if you're working with more than one child who is distance learning right now. Normally $119, a 12-month subscription to the Homer learn-to-read app for kids is available for $38.99, a savings of 67 percent.