These 15 Star Wars crafts and activities for kids have been curated to give you the best of the best. There’s something for kids from 3 to teen, so that the forces of creativity can be with you all!
Star Wars Kids’ Crafts
BONUS IDEA: FREE printable Star Wars Snowflake Templates!!
1. STAR WARS CRAFT SOAP
You’ll never have to fight at bath time again thanks to this Star Wars soap craft!
2. YODA HANDPRINT FATHER’S DAY CARD
Make Dad feel special with this Star Wars-inspired Father’s Day card!
3. HOMEMADE SPACE SHUTTLE STAR WARS CRAFT
Now you can soar away with your favorite Star Wars friends in your own homemade space shuttle!
4. STAR WARS PRINTABLE DOOR HANGER
Give your door some personality with the Star Wars door hanger!
5. DIY STAR WARS SUPER SIMPLE LIGHT SABER
What color will your light saber be – red or blue (or green, or yellow, or…)?
6. PRINCESS LEIA CUPCAKES
Take a break from all of that crafting with some yummy Princess Leia cupcakes!
7. STORM TROOPER HELMET
Don’t throw that milk jug in the recycle bin; re-use it to create a fun Storm Trooper helmet.
8. STAR WARS SPONGE PRINTED DEATH STAR
With some sponges and paint, you can create your very own Death Star.
9. CHEWIE WOOKIE COOKIES
Make a double batch and share your Chewie Wookie Cookies with friends!
10. DARTH VADER CRAFT STICK PUZZLE
Create a craft stick puzzle of your favorite Star Wars characters.
11. STAR WARS PINATA
Having a Star Wars party on May 4th? Make a DIY pinata to liven up the festivities!
12. STAR WARS THUMBPRINT IDEA
All you need is your thumb and some paint for this adorable Star Wars thumbprint craft idea!
13. STAR WARS CHEWBACCA CRAFT
Love Chewbacca? Make your own Chewbacca craft with the help of a paint stick!
14. DARTH VADER BOOKMARK
Darth Vader may not be the nicest person, but he does do a good job of marking your pages with this easy bookmark.
15. STAR WARS POOL NOODLE LIGHT SABERS
If you haven’t made a pool noodle light saber yet, you simply must. They’re a great kids’ craft for summertime fun! They’re also perfect for Halloween – especially if you drop a few glow sticks inside the noodle.
What’s your favorite Star Wars craft? Tell us about it below! Happy Star Wars’ Day, friends! May the 4th be with you!