These simple Star Wars crafts for kids are just a few easy ways that you can enjoy May 4th. May the Fourth be With you! Did you know that May 4th is Star Wars Day and is observed by many fans of the movie? 2011 was the first organized celebration of the movie on this day and it took off quickly. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
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Simple Star Wars Crafts for Kids
Did you know that May 5th has been called Revenge of the Fifth Day as a play on words for fans of Revenge of the Sith (Episode III)? If your kids are huge fans of Star Wars like mine are, you probably know a lot of fun facts about the movies. Not only do the kids love Star Wars, my husband is a huge fan as well. There are so many fun Star Wars paper crafts to choose from, but here are a few of my favorites.
- Chewbacca Paper Bag Puppet
- Yoda Paper Bag Puppet
- Death Star Art
- Star Wars Puppet Printable
- Space Shuttle Craft
- Smarties Light Saber Craft
- R2D2 Craft
- Star Wars Sensory Bottles
- How to Draw a Storm Trooper Helmet
- Star Wars Handprint
- DIY Star Wars Costumes
- Toddler Yoda Shape Craft
- Paper Plate Darth Vader Puppet
- DIY Nebula Galaxy Jar
- Make Chewbacca From a Paint Stick
- Light Saber Pencils
- R2D2 Pencil Holder
- Star Wars Magnets
- Galactic Playdough
- Death Star Pinata
- Star Wars Shadow Puppets
- Yoda Ears Headband
More Star Wars Resources
Check out this video for some fun Star Wars life hacks for kids. I love the Princess Leia headband buns. What a cute idea!
Did you know that the movie Star Wars was first released in 1977 and now there are movies, television series, video games, music, action figures, books and even theme parks that all revolve around Star Wars? Disney has stated that they will release Episode IX in 2019.
There are certainly enough things to do to keep you busy on May 4th. Which of these simple Star Wars crafts for kids will you be trying first?
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