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My boys LOVE Star Wars! They had not been very motivated for school recently, and I found these Star Wars Workbooks online. So I decided to give them a try! I ordered them! They LOVE them! Score!!
Star Wars Workbook: Kindergarten Writing and ABCs (Star Wars Workbooks) Star Wars Workbook: 1st Grade Writing Skills (Star Wars Workbooks)
Star Wars Workbook: 2nd Grade Math (Star Wars Workbooks)
Star Wars Workbook: Kindergarten Phonics and ABCs (Star Wars Workbooks) Star Wars Workbook: 1st Grade Math
Star Wars Workbook: Preschool ABC Fun
Star Wars Workbook: Preschool Number Fun
Star Wars Workbook: Kindergarten Math Skills (Star Wars Workbooks)
Star Wars Workbook: 1st Grade Reading (Star Wars Workbooks)
Star Wars Workbook: 2nd Grade Reading (Star Wars Workbooks)
Star Wars Workbook: 2nd Grade Writing
Star Wars Workbook: Preschool Shapes, Colors, and Patterns
Star Wars: Phonics Boxed Set
I’m not a HUGE fan of workbooks, but I use them with manipulatives – Like shapes, counters and Handwriting Without Tears materials to make them more hands on!
Some more great Star Wars books we love for PreK
However, they workbooks only go up to 2nd grade, and well, my 3rd grader was feeling left out. So, I decided to make a few worksheets for him! Of course, I will share them with all of you!
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Note: For double digit multiplication we use the lattice method, I printed off an organizer like this one and put it in a coversheet (or you can laminate). He uses a dry erase marker to get the answers.
*The Copywork might be easily done by younger children, writing is a struggle for us, so it may be considered easy for some 3rd graders.
Star Wars books enjoyed by my 3rd Grader (recommended for ages 8-12)
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