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  • Jennifer Wong

    Star Wars Party Games - Light Saber Training. Each child is given their foam light saber and a balloon, and they have to make sure the balloon does not touch the ground.

  • Jessica /littlepumpkingrace

    Star Wars Birthday Games - Light Saber Training. Each child is given their foam light saber and a balloon, and they have to make sure the balloon does not touch the ground.

  • Bethany Ramirez

    Star Wars party games. Cute ideas! Silver duct tape on the end of pool noodles!

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"I printed out two storm troopers onto cardstock using an image found HERE, making sure to leave enough space at the bottom for the ‘stand’. Next I cut them out with the strip at the bottom, looped it together, and taped it to form the stand. Then we shot the storm troopers with nerf guns. They had fun with this game and wanted to try again and again. "

"The kids were greeted at the door by this sign, made with star punches taped to black wrapping paper. I used my silhouette machine to cut out the letters."

Star Wars napkin holders & table deco.

Don't drop Yoda! The idea was to get in teams of two and using just a piece of twine, somehow tie Yoda to you with your partner’s help. Then draw an activity out of the cup and if you can do that activity without touching Yoda with your hands, then you passed. To figure out some fun animals to act like, I typed in “weird star wars animals”. That did the trick.

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Lightsaber napkin in Children's parties for kids and babies as events and celebrations, anniversaries and birthdays

Star Wars Light Sabers made from pool noddles, duct tapes and electrical tape.

Star Wars Party, bun head bands and Jedi robes

This is a list of possible games you can plan for a Star Wars birthday party.

Kids' birthday party idea: Make "light sabers" out of pipe insulation. The material is very soft, so no one gets hurt. Blogger Wendy Copely decorated the "sabers" with colored duct tape. Read more about her Star Wars-themed birthday party on Wendolonia. || Wendy Copley - Wendolonia