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Kids often get bored at home and want to stick their noses in a device and get lost in the screen. If you are looking for ways for your kids to exercise the brain at home as well as school, then consider TinkerActive Workbooks. When your kids say they are bored they can work on a few pages of their workbooks either in math or science and beat those boredom blues.
About TinkerActive Workbooks- Exercise the Brain at Home
- TinkerActive Workbooks contain comprehensive, curriculum-based exercises that are paired with robust interactive tinkering, making, and engineering projects. This combination enhances the child’s ability to learn and remember essential problem-solving skills that they can use in classroom settings and beyond.
- They tap into the most popular trends in K-12 education through play based learning, project-based learning, and tinkering.
- Once your child has completed the workbook, unbox a collectible magnet hidden in the back cover! Kids will love discovering and proudly displaying it with the included poster.
- The magnets are designed to look like embroidered merit badges with images of characters from their book.
- The TinkerActive MotMots, friendly, fuzzy creatures of all shapes and sizes, guide kids through each skill and project in a fun and effective way.
- With its focus on tinkering, making, and engineering, these workbooks equip the youngest readers with essential STEM knowledge and skills, while teaching critical ways to engage with and explore the world.
As you know we spend a lot of time in the car traveling to soccer, my kids are liking being able to take TinkerActive workbooks along to have something to do. I love that it helps to support the work that they are doing at school and provide learning in a fun new way. I also love that it gives us something to do as a family and work on some of the projects together. My kids make slime all the time and we have used that to help teach about measuring and reactivity.
Learning should be fun and interactive. It should spark imagination and creativity. By “tinkering” like these books help promote, the ideas and lessons to be learned are put into a tangible easy to see way. While showing things on paper is nice and helps bring the concept home, by having a child do an experiment and use things around the house, whether for math or science, it is a physical way to show the lesson.
The TinkerActive Workbook typically retails for $12.99. TinkerActive Workbooks are available to purchase wherever books are sold. To buy online, click here or visit momsmeet.link/tinkeractive.