We don’t talk about it much on the blog, but our family has a deep affection for the Star Wars canon of stories. (Hubby is old enough to have seen the originals in theatres), and I just love the sci-fi action and adventure. May the Fourth is a day to celebrate all things Star Wars! We haven’t let our young boys watch the movies yet, but they love the characters (Chewie and R2D2 especially), and the light saber swordplay. You don’t have to watch the movies to enjoy these hands-on Star Wars toys and celebrate a decades-old story on May the Fourth!
Enjoy May the Fourth Day with Hands-On Star Wars Toys
Create your own storylines with LEGO Star Wars builds
From BrickHeadz to Microfighters and on up to huge Millenium Falcon ships… Kids can build just about any aspect of the Star Wars sagas. They can build the set, act out the stories or create their own stories and builds from the pieces! Here’s just a few exciting LEGO sets in the Star Wars Line:
LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon Microfighter 75193 Building Kit (92 Piece)LEGO Star Wars AT-ST Walker 75153 Star Wars ToyLEGO BrickHeadz Rey 41602LEGO BrickHeadz Kylo Ren 41603LEGO Star Wars First Order Tie Fighter Microfighter 75194 Building Kit (91 Piece)LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader Transformation 75183 Building KitLEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon 75105 Star Wars ToyLEGO Star Wars Episode VIII Chewbacca 75530 Building Kit (179 Piece)
Craft your favorite Star Wars characters
What can’t be turned into a craft these days? Star Wars origami? Star Wars paper planes. Even Star Wars crochet kits (my fav!). Our boys LOVE the Millenium Falcon crayon set because it comes with metallic markers!! Craft your little Wookie heart out:
Star Wars Crochet (Crochet Kits)Klutz Star Wars Thumb Doodles Book KitKlutz Star Wars Folded Flyers: Make 30 Paper Starfighters Craft KitStar Wars Origami: 36 Amazing Paper-folding Projects from a Galaxy Far, Far Away….Darth Vader and Family Coloring BookPlay-Doh Star Wars BB-8 and R2-D2Crayola Millennium Falcon Art Case
Star Wars Games
Just about any classic game (and some new ones) come in Star Wars versions. While we haven’t gotten any of these in our game closet yet… I have my eye on a few!
Get your own Droid
Who doesn’t want a cute and smart little droid following them about? Check out these inventor kits that are futuristic (and yet, so “long ago, in a galaxy far, far away”).
What’s your favorite way to enjoy the Star Wars sagas?
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