Star Wars Gift Guide
With the release of , and Star Wars: The Last Jedi, we have a brand new generation of Star Wars fans coming out of the woodwork. There is a certain 8-year old in this house that lives, breathes and thinks he lives in the world of Star Wars.
So these gift recommendations come from hours and hours of Mama listening to all the details and all the stories and basically all the Star Wars things.
1. — Every Star Wars fan should own this original set. Find Episodes I-III .
2. — Worn like a regular mask, but when you open your mouth, you roar like Chewbacca. Seriously, the funniest thing you will ever see.
3. — Can be removed and reapplied with no residue, includes 31 decals!
4. – Super fun and colorful activity books ranging from preschool to 2nd grade. Writing, alphabet, math skills and more.
5. — Very reasonably priced and gets great reviews! 19-piece model kit with battle sounds and lights.
6. — No Star Wars fan worth his salt can be without a lightsaber. This one has been tried and tested by a very rambunctious and imaginative little boy. If you are a Light Side fan, grab .
7. — Available in Darth Vader, Porg or BB8.
8. — This has also been tried and tested by a sweet 8-year old and it is THE ONLY STAR WARS BOOK YOU’LL EVER NEED. Seriously, every character, from the well-known to the totally obscure and in alphabetical order for easy searching.
9. — Perfect stocking stuffer!
10. — Comes with 10 shorts books and 2 workbooks, perfect for your budding reader! Focuses on short and long vowel sounds and are actually pretty funny and engaging.
12. — Build, customize and change up your own lightsaber creations. Gets almost exclusively fantastic reviews! More expensive than the lightsaber shown above, but this can be customized over and over again and has lights and sounds.
12. — SO MANY TO CHOOSE FROM. Filter by age and price to find what suits you. These are classics for your LEGO fan.
13. — Tons of different designs and very affordable!
14. — Perplexus mazes are quite possibly the coolest toys ever made. They are 3D puzzles where you navigate a small ball or object through a maze inside a big plastic ball. Hours and hours of entertainment, perfect for car rides. This Death Star has lights and sounds and you navigate an X-Wing Starfighter through the maze.
15. — Even though this game is endlessly irritating for parents, this version is pretty fun with the real voices of R2-D2 and C-3PO.
For a fun family gift idea, check out this , based off the wildly popular (and super funny) books and by Jeffrey Brown.
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