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I can remember seeing the Star Wars films with my parents when I was a kid. Since then, I’ve had the pleasure of taking my own kids to see Star Wars movies! We are big Star Wars fans in our household, and my kids love anything to do with Star Wars. These activities are great for creative play with your kids, and to get them excited about the new Star Wars movie!

Each link listed in this post goes to a fun activity shared by an awesome blogger. Yes, I have permission to use their posts, in fact, the more the merrier! 

 

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I hope you’ve found some STELLAR things to do with your little ones! Need more ideas for Star Wars? Check out, my EXCLUSIVE activity packet!

 

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