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Create your own Star Wars creature in this Star Wars Day activity from Museum at Home with The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

Star Wars Day: Create a Critter

Yub nub! Happy Star Wars Day! May the Fourth be with you!

The Star Wars galaxy is full of breathtaking planets inhabited by interesting, unique, and memorable alien life. It's part of what makes the galaxy such a fun place to explore. Now you have an opportunity to create a new species from a galaxy far, far away...

Grab these supplies to get started.

Supplies:

Critter Creation Activity Sheet for Star Wars Day for Museum at Home with The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

What to do:

  1. Print out the critter creation sheet.
  2. Roll the dice to find out which planet in the Star Wars galaxy your creature will live on:
    1. Tatooine (Desert planet)
    2. Mustafar (Volcano planet)
    3. Hoth (Ice Planet)
    4. Dagobah (Swamp Planet)
    5. Kamino (Aquatic Planet)
    6. Death Star (Artificial Planet)
  3. Draw a new creature for your Star Wars planet!

While you're creating:

Sprinkle in these Star Wars jokes during your conversation about the creatures you're creating.

  • What do you call a pirate droid?
    Arrgghh-2-D2
  • How do Ewoks communicate from far away?
    They use Ewokie Talkies
  • What is a Jedi’s favorite toy?
    A yo-Yoda
  • Why did episodes 4, 5 and 6 come before 1, 2 and 3?
    Because in charge of directing, Yoda was

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