Other Books in Series
This is book number 8 in the TinkerActive Workbooks series.
Megan Hewes Butler's TinkerActive Workbooks: 1st Grade English is part of an exciting workbook series that blends traditional exercises with hands-on activities--featuring illustrations by Taryn Johnson.
Tinker, make, and engineer to learn through play! With TinkerActive Workbooks, learning leaps off the page and into the real world.
Start with interactive and entertaining exercises that cover the essential first grade English skills. Then, apply what you've learned with exciting hands-on tinkering, making, and engineering activities that utilize only common household materials. Plus, the charming cast of characters, the MotMots, guide kids through every new concept with cheer and humor. Once you've completed the workbook, unbox a collectible magnet badge hidden in the back cover.
Vetted by award-winning educators, TinkerActive Workbooks are designed for all learners. They build your child's fundamental English skills AND inspire them to try new things, discover new skills, and imagine new possibilities.
About the Author
Megan Hewes Butler, who has written several TinkerActive Workbooks, is a writer and producer who has been creating childrens' curriculum, games, and books for over 15 years. Megan lives, writes, and plays in Park Slope, Brooklyn with her husband and two sons.
Taryn Johnson is an illustrator and designer based in Massachusetts. She received her B.A. from Hampshire College where she studied both art and science. She brings a playful appreciation of nature to her work, and with each project hopes to spark curiosity and wonder for our planet and the life that lives here.
Johnson has contributed to the TinkerActive Workbooks series from Odd Dot.
Odd Dot is an imprint of Macmillan Children's Publishing Group dedicated to creating joyful books for curious minds. Our mission is to develop interactive and substantive gift books that explore categories and formats never seen before. We are a proudly odd mix of makers, creators, and engineers, guided by the priorities of innovation, education, and play.