Star Wars Workbooks: Maths Skills (Ages 6-7)

by Scholastic (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 6 - 7 years

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Product description

Learning plus lightsabers. If you want to succeed in the Star Wars galaxy, you’ll need to count battle droids and know what rhymes with wookie… Fancy yourself as a bit of a Jedi hero? We’ve got news for you. You won’t get far if you can’t add up Tatooine coins or count enemy starships. No worries: this book makes sure the learning Force is strong in you. Fun activities that build number skills. Plus colour pictures of your favourite Star Wars characters and objects. Learn well you will, says Yoda. (He’s wise and he knows.)

  • Fun learning themed around the Star Wars films
  • Packed with colour pictures of favourite characters
  • Simple themed activities make learning enjoyable
  • Perfect for motivating and engaging Star Wars fans

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407162799

Publisher

Scholastic

Date published

July 2nd, 2015

Other details
  • 96 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

Reviews

  1. Amber Astron Christo
    on 23 October 2017

    StarWars Maths Skills Workbk.

    For 7-8 yrs. Star Wars Maths Book.
    Excellent book for any fan of Star Wars.
    Am finding them particularly helpful with children with additional needs. The layout of the pages is excellent: good, clear illustrations, with lots of space to write. Concepts very simply dealt with.
    An excellent extra resource. Please add more to the collection for entire Primary age range, (the added attraction of the Star Wars characters helps draw some children with 'additional needs' into the 'loving Maths' category! No mean feat!).

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