The Force is strong with this series! Introducing a line of workbooks that marries the iconic popularity of Star Wars with the unique mix of editorial quality, fun presentation, and rigorous educational standards that Workman applied to the BRAIN QUEST Workbooks.

Twelve titles launch the series―three each for Pre-K through 2nd Grade―and dig deep into core subjects, including numbers, ABCs, phonics, and reading readiness for younger grades, and math, reading, and writing for the older ones. The material, which aligns with national Common Core State Standards, is designed to reinforce essential concepts and lessons taught in schools. Any child, not just fans of Star Wars―but yes, those fans will be especially delighted (as will reluctant learners)―will love the “A” is for Anakin approach to phonics. Kids will practice learning numbers by counting and circling X-wing starfighters and clone troopers. Master place values by sorting groups of Wookiees. There are math problems―Yoda is holding 7 lightsabers. 5 of the lightsabers are blue. The rest are green. How many green lightsabers is he holding? And Language Arts―Circle the correct homophone in this sentence: Luke is a Jedi knight/night.

Featuring favorite characters like Luke Skywalker, Queen Amidala, Yoda, and Obi-Wan Kenobi, and other creatures, monsters, Jedi, and Sith, the workbooks are filled with thousands of original illustrations drawing from all six Star Wars movies and the expanded Star Wars universe.

Learn well, you will.

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December 8th, 2017

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  • B. Crickets says:

    It’s so cool that my 8 year old daughter WATCHES my son … This book totally delivered!! It’s so cool that my 8 year old daughter WATCHES my son work in this book! Lol. Not to mention my son loves to do it!I also love it for the educational purpose. It’s right on target with what my son is learning in kindergarten. (I know there’s varying levels) but it’s just right for him. It’s clear and easy to understand. It’s fun and I can already tell us effective. :)So not even know some of the names of the obscure start wars characters…

  • ALSReviews says:

    Cut but not enough practice

  • myam says:

    Lots of circle the picture that starts with the sound “a” Good thing they have answers in the back

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