Big Hits for Small Enthusiasts
- What: Gifts for kids who love Star Wars
- When: 4 years and up
- Why: Gifts they’ll love that they don’t already own
- Where: Amazon
With the final installment of the Skywalker saga coming out soon, Star Wars fans big and small abound. If you want to score some great gifts without resorting to yet another plastic lightsaber, look no further in the galaxy than the next few paragraphs. And don’t worry. You don’t need any talent in the force to be sure you’ve got a winner.
Advent Calendar: For a gift that keeps on giving day after day, Lego’s Star Wars themed Advent Calendars fit the bill. With a new door to open each of the 24 days counting down to Christmas, kids get the joy of assembling tiny pieces into festive Star Wars creations. Each day includes instructions and all the pieces needed to make another tiny Star Wars artifact. As an added bonus, the small creations make great tree decorations.
Where’s the Wookie?: Kids love hunting for their favorite Wookie and other beloved Star Wars characters in these busy look and find books. With several versions to choose from, these books make great gifts for kids who need to travel by car or airplane during the holidays, as they can spend a lot of time looking for all the objects hidden in the pictures.
LEGO Star Wars: The only limit to Star Wars Lego sets is how many the recipient already owns. You can get these themed sets in a wide variety of price points, age ranges, and from various different movies, so you can be sure to get one they will adore. And since kids have to assemble it themselves, you don’t have to worry about buying batteries or putting anything together.
I’ve Got a Bad Feeling About This Game: Grown ups and kids alike can enjoy this lighthearted take on the popular Star Wars series. Each player must get themselves out of sticky situations. Players use Escape cards or try to avoid the NOOO! Cards randomly distributed throughout the deck of this fast-paced card game. Everyone will enjoy the cartoon illustrations and funny sayings on the cards, whether they play the game or just watch.