May the Fourth Be With You
Engage your students this Star Wars Day by incorporating some Star Wars Day ideas into your classroom. Check out these resources for any subject.
Lessons and Idea Collections
Dedicated to teaching and learning with Star Wars, Star Wars in the Classroom has lessons and resources for ELA, Science, Social Studies, and more.
“From analyzing Yoda’s syntax to investigating the economic consequences of destroying the Death Star,” this collection has lessons for ELA, History, Science, Math, Economics, Art, and Journalism.
The folks at PBS share some ideas for incorporating Star Wars into Music, Visual Arts, Science, Math, and Social Studies.
Great lesson ideas from the official Star Wars website, StarWars.com
Check out these 21 Star-Wars-themed STEM activities from Science Buddies.
A Few More Interesting Star Wars Lessons
Looking for a Star Wars coding activity? Code.org lets students build their own Star Wars game (ages 6+).
This geometry article for students from Scholasitc Math Magazine lets students discover where Star Wars scenes were filmed using latitude and longitude.
A TED-Ed lesson featuring an engaging video that explains the concept and creation of the lightsaber. Don’t forget to click on the Think, Dig Deeper, and Discuss tabs.
Just for Fun
Add some interest to your presentations. Create your own Star Wars-style opening crawl in just 3 steps. Check out the crawl I made to introduce a lesson a few years back.
Have fun translating any text to Yodish. Give it a try below.
What Are Your Star Wars Day Ideas?
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