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    Homer Is Offering 62% Off Their Annual Membership Plan, So Your Kids Can Have Fun Learning At Home

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    What better way to incentivize your child to not only take an interest in their education but actually enjoy learning than to introduce a fun new way to do just that? That's where Homer comes in.


    Looking for a reason to sign up? Well, here it is: Homer's sale is an incredibly sweet deal beginning with a 60-day free trial, as well as a discounted annual subscription offer at $45 (normally $59.99). You save a total of 62% off!

    the monthly plans to sign up on Homer

    This offer lasts until the end of September. You also have the option to opt into a monthly subscription at the full price of $9.99/month if you don't want to pay for an annual subscription at the discounted rate. Let's break down their offers:

    Get a month-long subscription for only $9.99/month.

    Get a 12-month subscription for $45/year (usually $59.99/year) off a year-long subscription.

    Get an annual digital and hands-on bundle subscription for only $99.99 (usually $209.86/year) for unlimited access to all three activity kits.

    Even if you don't necessarily have time to help your child learn online right now or perhaps you have another method, Homer has sweetened the deal so much that you may want to give the gift of learning to a friend or family member's child. It's a gift they'll never forget!

    With Homer's collaborative learning structure that's tailored to your goals, the most difficult part of signing up for Homer is deciding whether to go with the basic or more comprehensive subscription.

    the Homer main page on their website

    It helps children with their reading, math, social and emotional learning, thinking, and creative skills all at the push of a button.

    How long will my child be able to use Homer, you might be asking? It helps children up to age eight acquire all the skills they'll need to become confident and curious students.

    the Homer learning page for each age

    Through a personalized pathway with curated games, quizes, and activities for children of each age group, Homer prepares children for schooling and beyond with its immersive and engaging learning program.

    Think Homer could benefit your child, but need one more reason to sweeten the deal? We've got one for you! It's extremely well-reviewed and was even called "One of the most comprehensive apps for teaching reading" by the New York Times.

    children with the words "One of the most comprehensive apps for teaching reading" overlayed

    Promising reviews: “Homer is a parent’s dream! Kids are having fun, so they don’t know it’s learning. They ask to do more!” —Deb S.

    “Both of my kids use Homer’s learning program and have excelled! We’ve tried literally 20+ apps and websites, and NONE hold a candle to Homer.” —Brittany

    “My four-year-old daughter has sensory processing disorder; getting her to focus on learning can be a bit of a nightmare, but Homer has her FULL attention.” —Katie M.

    Whatever your child's preferred method of learning, Homer's got you covered with their personalized teaching program that's research-backed, kid-tested, and parent-approved. So head on down to their sale event — you won't regret it!


    Here's a reminder of their offers:

    Get a month-long subscription for only $9.99/month.

    Get a 12-month subscription for 62% off at a price of $45/year (aka just under $75 off a year-long subscription).

    Get an annual digital and hands-on bundle subscription for only $99.99 for unlimited access to all three activity kits).

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    The reviews for this post have been edited for length and clarity.