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Interactive Learning With TinkerActive Workbooks For K-2nd Grade

Carter and I spent a lot of time in the summer working on fun activities. I always believe that kids who find learning fun tend to do better in school. TinkerActive workbooks are fun interactive books that keep kids engaged while learning new skills in math and science.

TinkerActive workbooks

These books are amazing. They are filled with colorful pages and wonderful activities that get your child involved and teach them skills that will help them advance to the next level. Carter worked with his sister on several of the activities and they both had a lot of fun.

*This is a sponsored post with TinkerActive and MomsMeet

kids working on a weather wheel

That we received came with K through second grade, so we will definitely be using this throughout his early school years. I’ve started him in the Kindergarten workbook and he was working through it very nicely.

TinkerActive workbooks are fun not only because kids get to learn a new skill, the projects are STEM and engineering focused. When your child reaches the end of their book, they’re rewarded with a magnetic merit badge hidden in the back cover. I love that these books are not just workbooks.

kids working in TinkerActive workbooks

Why Are TinkerActive Workbook Different

The books are very sturdy so you don’t have to worry about them falling apart. You can also tear out pages when you need to.  There are a cute group of colorful characters, the MotMots, that guide kids through every new concept that make learning even more enjoyable.

The workbooks are aligned to Common Core State Standards, they are an excellent supplement to schoolwork or at-home study for anyone. We use the learn the through play method and these align perfectly.

A TinkerActive Workbook typically retails for $12.99. You can purchase them on Amazon or anywhere books are sold. If you order on Amazon I highly encourage you to leave a review.

Would you be interested in trying one for your child?

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AboutJanelle Robinson

Janelle Robinson is from Chicago a proud wife and mother of 2 (teen and preschooler). She is health educator and writer with a focus on providing families with resources and tips throughout all stages of parenthood.