2. Great Engineering Skills--Lego Ships that have been in battle are often in need of repair. It is important to be quick on your feet while fixing these ships because you will often have to distract the two year old at your feet (if you have one) and work in a productive manner that will allow you to complete the rest of your Jedi Mom duties (aka housework).
3. Creative Teaching--Because my young Jedi wants to talk nothing but Star Wars, I try to throw in creative learning experiences. When he wanted to create a Lego Star Wars Store, I had him create a Store Sign, price tags and taught him how to add up totals on his cash register. We have written two books about Star Wars, he created the cast out of paper, we have read many books about Star Wars from the library (and he can read quite a few words in them), we conducted a float or sink experiment using Star Wars LEGOs, he has learned about the instruments in the orchestra and who plays what during the Imperial March and he has written two pieces of Star Wars music for his glockenspiel. Anytime I can throw in a teachable moment, I do.