Star Wars is bringing the power of reading to fans around the world this October
Now celebrating its ninth year, Star Wars Reads is back and is set to blast off on October 1 with special events and offers throughout the month. Be sure to check in on StarWars.com for the full report, but here’s a sneak peek at what’s to come including some special posters designed to kick off the big day in awesome fashion.
For everyone from the youngest Padawans to the wisest Jedi Masters, there will be new and fun ways for everyone to explore a galaxy far, far away including free digital activities, reading challenges to do at home, and much more!
Throughout the month, get ready for Star Wars events, promotional discounts, and giveaways.
More ways to celebrate:
- Check with your local library and bookstore to see if they are hosting any in-person or virtual Reads events. If not, download the activity kit below and get involved!
- Participate in the Reads celebration with your classroom when your school participates in Scholastic Book Clubs and Book Fairs.
- Turn the page on adventure by sharing a Star Wars book with a friend or younger sibling on your own.
- Join the Star Wars Reads conversation on social media with #StarWarsReads, sharing your Star Wars Reads celebrations or favorite Star Wars books.
Star Wars Reads 2020 Printable Activity Kit:
Activity Kit: PDF
Star Wars Reads 2020 Book Tags:
Book Tags: PDF
Star Wars Reads 2020 Reading Challenge:
At home: PDF
Classroom – Small: PDF
Classroom – Large: PDF
This is awesome news. Star Wars Reads has gone above and beyond to encourage young people to explore the wonders of the Star Wars literary universe and we at Future of the Force are honored to support the cause. So, get out there and get reading…every Wookiee does it!
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(Source: Star Wars)