Looking for some ways to keep your little Jedi occupied while sneaking in a bit of learning? Check out my fun Star Wars Mandalorian printable activities featuring a word scramble, word search, and an A-Z challenge. Scroll down for the FREE printable!
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Does it get any cuter than Baby Yoda?
I admit, I haven’t seen as many Star Wars movies as my kids. But, they did convince me to watch The Mandalorian with them on Disney Plus a few years ago and Baby Yoda completely sucked me in!
My boys are huge Star Wars fans and we’ve been doing a lot of Star Wars curriculum on weekends. It’s been a fun way to continue the learning at home while they still get to be in the Star Wars universe.
I like that they are learning something new while they think they are getting away with something. It’s win-win!
This Star Wars Mandalorian Printable Activity Pack is easy to print off and have kids work on while you’re cooking, doing laundry, or taking a few minutes for yourself!
Star Wars Mandalorian Printable Activities for Kids
This printable Star Wars Mandalorian Activity Pack contains a Mandalorian Word Search, Mandalorian Word Scramble (and answer key), and an A-Z Mandalorian Challenge Game.
Mandalorian A-Z Challenge
The rules of this game are pretty simple. Give every player a copy of this A-Z Challenge Game printable and set a time limit (we like to use 3-5 minutes depending on the ages of players.)
Or kids can do them at their own pace and use them as a Star Wars worksheet.
Mandalorian Word Scramble
Take a look at the words on the left and unscramble them to figure out the correct Mandalorian term and then write it on the blank line.
Some of the scrambled letters are actually more than one word!
Mandalorian Word Search
Take a look at this Mandalorian Word Search and try to find all the Star Wars terms listed below. It’s trickier than it looks!
That’s really a parental choice. It does have some violence. Our family likes to watch it together so we can answer any questions our kids have.
Not really but sort of? They use the insult “dank farrik” which doesn’t have an English translation but contextually it seems like a swear word.
Again, that’s a parental choice, but the show is rated TV-14 because of the violence.
Star Wars Mandalorian Wrap Up
I hope you enjoy these Star Wars printables as much as my kids and their friends. These are great for bringing to restaurants so kids don’t get bored waiting for their food. Or it’s fun to do before a Mandalorian marathon!