Help Prevent Summer Learning Loss & Win a $50 Visa Gift Card! @LearnWithHomer #LearnWithHomer


Summer is just around the corner and the countdown to summer has officially begun! One thing on the forefront of many parent’s minds is how to prevent the dreaded summer learning loss that usually occurs with several months off school. This presents quite a conundrum.

I don’t want to be the mom that makes her kids work all summer but I also don’t want them to lose what they’ve worked all year to learn! I found a perfect balance in Camp Homer. They will be learning and retaining but they will just think they are having fun!

Think of Camp Homer as a virtual summer camp of sorts. Benefits include:

· Brand new lessons, songs, games, and printable worksheets released once a month – all summer long!
· Perfect summer learning adventure brings “good for you” screentime
· Captivating lessons about history, transportation, and the world around us keeps children engaged in learning
· Entertaining sing-a-long songs and classic stories boost children’s confidence
· Unique worksheets and printables encourage children to learn both online and offline
· Enchanting end-of-lesson rewards and certificates leave children and parents feeling proud!


Since this is available on both iPad and iPhone in addition to the web, my kids will be more inclined to want to participate. My older two at 6 and 8 have their own iPads and I’m thrilled to have something for them to play with that will help them learn!

Camp Homer began May 12th and you can enroll now and get 50% off when you click on Get Started! The program ends July 30th and once they get started they will definitely want to take it all the way to the end of summer!


With colorful characters, a variety of activities and fun at their fingertips, kids will be thrilled to visit Camp Homer!




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The IE Mommy

The IE Mommy

I am a stay at home mom of three; ages 7, 6 and 1! I love doing product reviews and finding the best things to use for my family. Reading and writing have always been my passions so this allows me to incorporate them with the things that mean the most to me!
The IE Mommy


  1. Janice Cooper says:

    Reading and doing educational crafts

  2. We use educational sites, like ABC Mouse and Khan Academy, as well as read and participate in fun, learning activities. Last year, we explored the outdoors to find and name local plants, and even attended an event at our local library that showed species of snakes and other reptiles, both found locally, and exotic. 🙂

  3. When my son was in school, during the summer we would go to the library, they had lots of fun programs to encourage reading. 🙂

  4. I encourage them to keep reading every single day.

  5. Candace says:

    We have fun work books, do some science experiments, and abc mouse.

  6. Terri Irvin says:

    I think it is very important to take your kids to cultural sights all summer. Museums, historical sights, theater, book readings, dance recitals, music, what ever you can find. And fill your home with books not video games!

  7. We always read during the summer and practice math.

  8. Allison Swain says:

    We encourage them to read daily and play with educational games.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  9. We go to the library every week and pick out new books to read!

  10. Evie B. says:

    We go to the library, read and watch educational shows.

  11. Natalie says:

    I keep my daughter reading during the summer by offering some DQ ice cream every 5th book she reads!

  12. We make sure to read every single night and play educational games.

  13. They continue to read 30min at night before bed.!

  14. steve weber says:

    We take weekly trips to the library.. also we use

  15. Amy Orvin says:

    I encourage them by making it a big game. It works.

  16. Marti Tabora says:

    I always bought books that I knew he would enjoy reading and also tried to make sure we threw some educational fun into our activities. Thank you.

  17. I buy them fun educational activities, books, things like that and interact with them.

  18. My son plays educational games on the computer and play fun games and activities outside that helps with learning.

  19. Pamela Gurganus says:

    We encourage the kids to continue to learn throughout the summer by going to the library and reading a lot!

  20. We visit the public library throughout the Summer and visit the state parks to experience the children’s programming there.

  21. I buy lots of books and sometimes give them problems to solve that would encourage them to do math problems, etc.

  22. Holly Thomas says:

    Make everyday adventures a learning experience.

  23. Janet W. says:

    I try to encourage my grandsons to learn during summer by doing fun workbooks and by reading one book each day.

  24. Jessica To says:

    I encourage my son to read and to go to the library.

  25. Karen Glatt says:

    We go to the library and get a lot of different books and do fun learning games on the computer.

  26. I encourage my reading to them and making them play educational games

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