These fun Star Adventurer Writing Activities are, in case you hadn’t noticed, inspired by Star Wars. My boys have not seen all of the movies, as I think they are still too young, but they enjoy the fun show – Star Wars Rebels, on the Disney Channel. We’ve been struggling with creative writing this year, so I thought these fun printables might inspire my oldest just a little bit!
The Star Adventurer Writing Activities included:
- 41 pages of copywork
- 9 Preschool Letters
- 9 Early Manuscript words
- 9 pages Manuscript pages
- 9 pages Cursive pages
- PLUS Extra lined pages
- 6 themed Draw & Write prompts
- 3 Manuscript lined pages
- 3 Plain lined pages
- 18 themed Writing Prompts
- 8 Manuscript lined pages
- 8 Plain lined pages
- Extra lined pages for both
If you’re looking for some great reads to use while learning about these Star Adventurers, check out these great titles. Many are probably available at your local library, or you could get a Kindle version for most of them on Amazon. I love using my Kindle Reader app to read with my kids. I have so many titles at the tip of my fingers in just minutes!
Star Wars: Escape from Darth Vader by Michael Siglain
5-Minute Star Wars Stories by Lucas Film Press
Star Wars: The Original Trilogy Stories by Disney Book Group
LEGO Star Wars: A New Hope by Emma Grange
Star Wars Character Encyclopedia by DK Publishing
LEGO Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back by Emma Grange
Klutz Star Wars Folded Flyers by Klutz
Star Wars the Force Awakens by Elizabeth Schaefer
Star Wars: Feel the Force! by Benjamin Harper
Star Wars: AT-AT Attack! by Calliope Glass
Star Wars: Ewoks Join the Fight by Disney Book Group
Star Wars: The Force Awakens by David Fentiman
LEGO Star Wars Mad Libs by Roger Price
Star Wars Doodles by Zack Giallongo
LEGO Star Wars: Return of the Jedi by Emma Grange
Star Wars ABC by Scholastic
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The Star Adventurers Emergent Readers are available to my email subscribers only. Click the link below to download it now!
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