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Free (and Spoiler-Free) “Star Wars” Printables and Activities

Fans of all ages have been waiting a long time for the newest Star Wars sequel. And with the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, comes all-new enthusiasm for the popular film series. If your kids can’t get enough of Star Wars, try the following fun and free activities that they can enjoy whether they’ve seen all the films or not. And some even include an educational element beyond the popular movies!

Coloring Pages

Disney has supplied a whole packet of fun games and coloring pages for you to download. Get creative and share your creations with us in the comments section below!

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Memory Game

What better way to challenge your uniquely brilliant child than to a classic game of memory. Download this free printable provided by Disney for endless, interactive fun.

Star Wars Memory Game

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The millennium falcon may be a bucket of bolts, but see if you can complete this maze in less than 12 parsecs.

Star Wars Maze

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Book Mark and Door Hanger

Here are a few more printables courtesy of Disney. Kids can use these patterns to create a corner bookmark featuring BB-8, the cute new droid from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and a fun door hanger featuring the new film’s poster art that kids will love.

Star Wars Door Hanger

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Coding Game

Star Wars producer Kathleen Kennedy introduces this 15-puzzle tutorial which not only features a drag-and-drop technique but introduces JavaScript, enabling students to build their own Star Wars game. Robot BB-8 will respond to sounds and other coded instructions. The JavaScript content is designed for ages 11 or older, but might be suitable for younger students who are ready to move on from drag-and-drop.

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Paul Merced

Paul Merced is design editor of Learning Liftoff. His passion and style for illustrating, photography, and design is a great blend for the educational field. With a BA in digital art from George Mason University, Paul is working on illustrating a children's book that will be released in the next few years. As a former bookseller, Paul loves reading his large collection of books and graphic novels.

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