Whether you celebrate May the Fourth be with You, Revenge of the Fifth, or This is the May, Star Wars activities are super fun all month long (or any other time) and give you a great excuse to talk about space exploration and observation. Pull out your favorite space crafts, print out some space mazes, or start planning a space camp at home, and check out these fun Star Wars learning activities.’
First, dress up your pencils by turning them into light sabers with this idea from Keeping it Simple Crafts. Then you’ll be all set to play these Star Wars-inspired Mad Libs from Get Away Today.
Or check out this Star Wars preschool printable pack from Hazen Home and School. It has a counting activity, three part cards, repeating patterns, letter tracing and more.
Help your toddler make Yoda out of simple shapes with this activity from Toddler Approved. Or you can make Star Wars characters using cardboard tubes with these ideas from Hello Wonderful.
Turn classic baking soda and vinegar play into a rescue mission with mini figures and this tutorial from Fun-a-Day.
Use basic bricks to make Star Wars-themed constructions (Yoda, R2D2 and a Death Star) with these ideas from Little Bins for Little Hands. Or grab the mosaic building cards from Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls. She also has a pattern from making Rainbow loom light sabers. So cute!
Color in some baby Yoda bookmarks for storytime from Rock Your Homeschool, and get a ton of printable games and activities from Preschool Printables Free. And don’t miss Printabelle’s Star Wars bingo cards.
And if your kids love to dress up, check out the easy Ewok ears and hoods I made for my daughter’s birthday a few years ago. Other than the fur mess these were easy to mass produce and a big hit with the kids!