I will admit that until I met my hubby, I didn’t know a whole lot about Star Wars, but now, I am happy to share that I have seen all of the movies, played with the toys and read a few books.
I had no idea about May 4th until last year, I really wasn’t involved in the Star Wars “world” too much other than when hubby would ask if I wanted to watch one of the movies with him or if my son asked me to play with his Star Wars figures.
The Star Wars Community is hard core!
They even have a special day to celebrate, did you know? May 4th?
May the “Force/4th” be with you.
So for those of you parents who have little Star Wars fans in your house, there is hope yet to turn this Star Wars obsession into an educational experience too (this is coming from the former Kindergarten teacher, remember?). Everything that a child does or plays with can always be turned into an educational experience somehow!
My son became a Star Wars fun at a much younger age than I was ever expecting, but it is so true that parents are a child’s most influential role model! My son hasn’t seen any of the movies, but he is fully into Lego Star Wars and age appropriate play.
May the Force Be With You and Your Little One!
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