Here’s a collection of awesome Star Wars crafts and activities that kids will love!
Make Star Wars Nerf Targets, tin can lanterns, Star Wars paper crafts, LEGO projects, and more. One of our absolute favorites is the garden-in-a-tub for Star Wars pretend play.
Star Wars Writing Prompts – Print these 16 writing prompts for kids age 8-11. Several of them would work for younger kids as well! Story starters, persuasive writing, descriptive writing, and more.
Star Wars Nerf Games – Star Wars and Nerf, what a great combination!
Star Wars Play Dough – Awesome for imaginative play!
Star Wars Perler Bead Patterns. We love perler beads! Perfect fine motor practice for age 5+, and my kids love the finished product. They were kind of addicted over the summer.
And here are some Perler Bead Patterns for The Force Awakens.
Star Wars Tin Can Lanterns. So easy to make, and fun for any time of the year!
How to Build a LEGO R2-D2 and C3PO
How to Build LEGO Star Wars Speeders
Or, Build some Star Wars Mini Ships out of LEGO bricks.
Star Wars Paper Crafts. Great projects for kids around age 8+.
For younger kids – make a Star Wars Planet Book. This has been one of our favorite projects ever! The process is so fun.
Make a Duct Tape Mandalorian Jetpack – For pretend play, but it would be great as part of a costume, too!
Make an X-Wing from Office Supplies. You probably already have the supplies you need for this project! Dad will want to get in on this one too.
LEGO Star Wars Planet Worlds. Perfect for imaginative play!
Make a Pool Noodle Light Saber. Kids of all ages will love these, and they can duel with little damage to the house, or each other!
MORE STAR WARS IDEAS FROM AROUND THE WEB:
DIY Working Lightsaber from Lemon Lime Adventures. How cool is this?!
Chewbacca Bookmark from Mom Start
DIY Glow-in-the-Dark Yoda T-Shirt from Busy Kids Happy Mom
Recycled Droid Craft from All for the Boys
Jedi Quiet Book from Julie’s Blog. If you like to sew, this project is amazing!
DIY Star Wars Toys from Filth Wizardry
Milk Jug Storm Trooper Helmet from Filth Wizardry (great costume idea, and frugal too!)
DIY Chewbacca Toy Bandolier from All for the Boys
Save Han Solo! from Fun-a-Day. What a fun play idea!
Star Wars Molten Lava Slime from Fun-a-Day
Paper Roll Star Wars Characters from hello, Wonderful
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Vonda Martinez May 22, 2018
These are great! My oldest daughter’s birthday is May the 4th and she wants a Star Wars party so she flipped out with everything (specially the Leia’s cupcakes). Thank you so much fot the great ideas! The bin will also be the Fathers Day gift for dad! Thanks again! ?
Rachelle Walker May 4, 2021
You have great ideas. Thank you so much for sharing. We love the Star Wars activities for one of our favorite holidays, May the 4th.
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