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HOMER Learning App Review: Guilt-Free Screen Time (a Mom’s dream)


Real talk: The Homer educational learning app is the specific reason I got my kids a tablet. No joke.

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(*Here’s the link to 2 months of HOMER Learning free in case you want to skip the article. I asked for a discount for all my C’MON MAMA peeps & they gave us an awesome one.)

I swear by this app.

HOMER Learning is the first thing like this I’ve ever shared with yall. I wanted to give it a solid try first, and I’m sold. After using it for 10+ months, I can honestly say I believe in it.

At the beginning of the pandemic/quarantine, I was immediately desperate for something to help supplement my kids’ learning since we suddenly found ourselves home 24/7 with no “true” school…& an exhausted Mama. Parents all over were forced to quickly come up with creative at-home solutions for continued learning.

I’d been wanting to try the HOMER Learning app for months but we didn’t have tablets…yet. Welllll, quarantine was the straw that broke that camel’s (or should I say Mama’s?) back & I sucked it up & finally bought iPads…and immediately downloaded HOMER.

My kids are 4 & 6 and the HOMER Learning app is everything I was hoping it would be—and then some! It’s honestly the ONLY app we have/use, and that’s because:

1) It’s very intuitive to use and the interface & navigation is SUPER kid-friendly (which means I don’t have to oversee anything…at all). Kids can use it completely autonomously, which is a godsend for parents (hellooo, few minutes to finally hear yourself think!) and also builds their confidence because they actually can “do it all by themselves.”

and 2) It covers so many topics that we don’t need anything else. (And yes, it has games! Endless games. But they’re all educational without seeming totallyyy educational. Win Win.)

HOMER is honestly an all-in-one.

HOMER offers elements geared toward reading, phonics, spelling, sight words, math, social/emotional learning aspects, vocabulary, thinking skills…you name it—and every single thing is educational. It also has many of kid’s favorite stories & characters presented in an interactive learning format. I love letting my kids play away knowing that they are actually soaking in endless information & skills.

HOMER is very cognitively enriching and is tailored to each child—which is perhaps my favorite part!

HOMER creates a custom learning “pathway” with topics & skills based on each child’s age, learning level, & interests (dinos & marine life in our case!). And, that pathway naturally advances & updates as they learn. It grows with them.

I’ve seen big jumps in even just my kids’ vocabulary. Playing outside one day, my 3 year old (at the time) remarked that 2 leaves were “very similar to each other” and I asked where she learned that word. She responded that she “heard it on HOMER.” I also love the history lessons and scientific discoveries they learn about. We would dominate a trivia night on insects. Just try us.

Yes, I love HOMER. But more importantly, my kids love it. And they’re learning like crazy from it—which takes away any screen time guilt.

HOMER is geared for ages 2-8. And just 15 minutes a day has been shown to increase early reading scores by 74%! I’m here for that.

Another thing I’m here for is the fact that the HOMER Learning App has ZERO ads.

That’s a huge plus. Instead of my kids being exposed to endless commercials and ads that I constantly have to skip/manage (or that I forget to skip & then realize they’re hearing & seeing something I don’t want them to), I can give them their tablets, headphones & turn on HOMER…and not think twice about “what might come on.”

My kids are obsessed and beg me to be able to “do Homer.” And I act like it’s a big treat to let them when in fact I’m thrilled they want to.

Because, listen—if I’m going to give my kids a tablet to sit down with, HOMER is 1000% what I want them doing.

After almost a year of using HOMER, I loved it so much that I contacted them for a discount to share—& they gave us an awesome discount for C’MON MAMA: 2 FREE MONTHS! It’s usually $9.99 a month & worth every penny. I tried it free first, too, and totally fell in love with it. Oh, and you can have up to 4 children (with 4 personalized pathways) on a single membership = a deal steal!

The discount will show up automatically when you click the link & go through the pathway.

Happy Learning for your kids…

…and Happy Moments of Silence for you Mamas—because silence in Motherhood is usually anything but golden.

But when your kids are learning with HOMER, the silence is totally GOLDEN. Enjoy.

Get your 2 free months of HOMER now!

And it’s not just me who loves HOMER Learning this much. Check out the amazing reviews for it on Common Sense Media—my favorite website to read reviews written by other parents on shows, movies & apps.

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