Workbooks are normally really dull, we tried a couple different books with Aliceana and she wasn’t into it. Then a long time ago in a galaxy far far away…or you know, Costco…we found the Star Wars workbooks.
When you’re learning with Star Wars everything just clicks, at least when you’re a 4 year old that’s obsessed with wookies and that one part where R2 falls down a hole. I don’t even remember which Star Wars film it happens in, but there’s a scene where R2D2 falls in a hole before a cutscene and she will never ever stop talking about it.
I love the books, because they’re familiarizing her with Star Wars characters, not even just the popular ones that your grandma probably knows, but the really off the wall characters that I definitely wasn’t on a first name basis with. Armed with that kind of information she’s sure to win some Star Wars trivia one of these days.
After going through a few pages, she now goes through the pages with incredible speed, almost lightspeed. She can pull it off better than the Millenium Falcon
The activities are pretty easy, but provide just enough challenge to teach her exactly what she needs for her pre-k level. Coloring all of a specific letter on a page, circling groups with a specific number of objects like Tauntauns. Books with Tauntauns are the best, and I heard they keep you warm, oh yeah I went there.
I honestly love these books and just wanted to share them with you guys, especially if you’re homeschooling like we are, or if your kiddos just need some extra review. The books are available for kids of different ages and different lessons. Aliceana has been reviewing her letters and numbers with some Star Wars flare.
We bought these at Costco, but you can also snag them online here at Amazon.