Star Wars-themed games.
Here are Star Wars-themed games you can use for a Star Wars birthday party. Star Wars-themed group games for kids ages 5 and up! Also Read: Fruits Name For Kids
Star Wars-themed games for kids.
Tell the kids they will have to go through a training course to become a Jedi! The best method to set up this Star Wars fun is to have “places” where kids have to expire and finish a chore. Have an adult (or teenager) take control of each station. Here are some examples of stations (small Star Wars games) for Jedi training:
Children must crawl under a few chairs, climb a small ladder, descend a slide, and jump through tires or hoops.
Provide a Jedi sword (which can be made with a pool noodle), and kids have to hit small ping pong balls a certain distance, pop 10 bubbles, explode a pinata, or keep a balloon in the air for 20 seconds.
Blindfolded, each child must pin a saber on a Jedi. Cut out paper sabers, and the children must fix them as close to the hand as likely on a Jedi sign).
At the end of the Jedi activity system, each child officially becomes a Jedi and accepts a “Jedi ID card” and maybe a diploma! You can also make a setting where grown-ups come off wrapped as Star Wars symbols showing everyone how to use Jedi’s blades.
Jedi vs. Sith
The game begins when an adult or anyone else not inside the game yells, “May the force be with you! If the Jedi hit a Sith, they must go to “Sith Prison” (maybe an area lined with chairs). When a child is in the Sith prison, they stand with their legs apart.
Waiting to be rescued
The only way to be rescued from the prison is for another Sith player to pass between the captured Sith player’s legs. This Star Wars-themed game continues until everyone has been caught, or it’s time to move on to other Star Wars-themed games because the kids are getting bored!
Building a Lego Starfighter
Provide an assortment of Lego bricks in individual boxes. Each child must use the bricks to design their Starfighter ship.
Which Star Wars Character Am I?
First, you must print many pictures of the different Star Wars characters for this Star Wars game. To start the game, you stick one of the Star Wars character pictures on each player’s back (without them knowing who it is!). Players have to figure out who they are, and they do this by asking questions to which the answers will be YES or NO (for example: “Am I a woman?”, “Am I a villain?”, “Do I have a Jedi sword?” etc.).
Save Han Solo
Freeze a Han Solo figure in a large tub of water and let all the kids use water guns to free him from the “carbonite.”
Speak like Yoda
The rules are simple: Speak like Yoda. Take turns to speak. If you mess up and speak, usually, you’re out. The last person is still speaking as Yoda wins.
THE FORCE IS IN YOU
One of the easiest Star Wars-themed games is to divide the group of kids into the dark side and light side characters and have a tug of war.
You can also host Star Wars-themed games if you can make lightsabers out of pool noodles. Burst bubbles or balloons, play 1-on-1 tournaments on a beam, play volleyball with a balloon, etc.
If you have Nerf guns at home, you can organize shooting competitions. You have to prepare targets on the Star Wars theme, as shown opposite (stormtrooper or Darth Vader, for example).
Split the kids into teams of 4 or 5. Give each team 25 LEGO blocks and ask them to pass all the bricks from one member to the other until the last one places each brick in a bowl ( Or other). The first team to finish wins.
Have each child build a toy LEGO car. Have sets of wheels already attached to flat panels for younger children to save time. Each child then presents their creation then races the cars on a table or a ramp.