Baby Yoda, also known as The Child, is all the rage right now, and even if you haven’t watched The Mandalorian, you probably find him just as irresistible as we do.
We’ve put together some fun Baby Yoda crafts for kids of all ages to try. Learn how to draw him, try some origami, or make some fun kids crafts to play with all day long.
Fun fact: Did you know that Baby Yoda isn’t even Yoda?
The Child is a member of the same alien species, but he isn’t THE Yoda. However, he has captured the hearts of millions and has inspired loads of crafty DIYs like the ones you see below.
**Update: We finally found out Baby Yoda’s name; it’s Grogu!
Pick a couple of these Baby Yoda crafts and spend the afternoon with your family, making these adorable alien creatures.
Perhaps you can craft while you binge-watch the entire first season. The episodes are short, so it’s easy to breeze through them in a handful of hours.
Let’s get started on these fun crafts!
This Baby Yoda headband craft is cute and simple! In fact, you probably have everything you need to make it in the craft closet!
Plus, check out all of our other fun headband crafts for kids!
Everyone will recognize Baby Yoda instantly when the kids make this simple paper craft.
Grab those old tp tubes and make this cute toilet paper roll Baby Yoda craft!
It's just one of the many cool toilet paper roll crafts we have.
Your kids will spend hours playing with this Baby Yoda paper bag puppet.
Use him to re-enact some of the most popular scenes from The Mandalorian.
Even if you haven't watched the show yet, your kids are going to love this fun paper bag puppet for pretend play.
Any Mandalorian or Star Wars fan would love receiving a Baby Yoda card.
It's perfect for any occasion—Father's Day, birthdays, graduations, and more. It's so easy to make with our free printable template.
All you need is cardstock, scissors, and glue to put it together!
Your kids will want to save all their money when they get to deposit it into this super cute Baby Yoda piggy bank. I'd love one for myself, too!
Short, wide-mouth mason jars are a perfect size and shape for making this craft.
Make writing a lot more fun with some adorable Baby Yoda pencil toppers made out of pom-poms and felt.
These pencil toppers are wonderful classroom gifts from teachers for Valentine's Day, Easter, or the end of the school year.
Learn how to draw Baby Yoda step-by-step. This is perfect for those who find drawing a challenge.
You'll be so pleased with the result after you've finished your drawing of The Child and colored him in.
It doesn't have to be Valentine's Day to enjoy this Baby Yoda Valentine's Day box.
Kids can use the box to store cards, letters, or even small toys all through the year.
It would make a super cute addition to any Star Wars themed bedroom too!
Here's another Baby Yoda Valentine box that, again, doesn't have to be made in February.
The Child's face is made mostly with foam sheets, and his facial features look totally adorable.
Recycle egg cartons to make a Baby Yoda craft that's easy enough for toddlers and preschoolers!
This cute little craft stick puppet will be so much fun to play with, and you probably already have everything you need to make it on hand.
Save those champagne corks to make the cutest little Baby Yoda figures you've ever seen.
Make several for the kids to enjoy. Can you ever have too many Baby Yoda figures? We don't think so.
You could also add a magnet to the back of the cork and put one of these on your fridge or attach a string to the top to make ornaments.
Do you love painting rocks and hiding them for others to find?
Imagine how delighted someone would be to find a Baby Yoda rock! Paint pens make it so much easier to do drawings with more details on the rocks.
Origami crafts are fun for all ages, and this is a simple one that Baby Yoda fans will love.
It comes with a printable template, so it's totally fail-proof. This would make a fun classroom craft or after school craft at the library.
These Baby Yoda snowflakes are a great craft for older kids to make.
You'll find two versions of the snowflakes: one that's simple enough to be cut by hand, and another that can be made on the Cricut cutting machine.
Both are equally adorable!
We can't wait for Christmas to come back around to make these Baby Yoda cinnamon ornaments.
If you've never made cinnamon ornaments before, they make your tree smell amazing!
And it'll be even better with The Child's cute little face peeking at you from the tree branches.
Keeping up with your keys has never been easier with this fuzzy green Baby Yoda keychain charm.
It will also make a fun backpack charm if your kiddo likes to have lots of backpack bling.
Bookworms can never have too many bookmarks. This one is based on the very trendy Baby Yoda—and look—he's even in his little pod!
Make a few to give to friends who love books and Star Wars as much as you do.
Use the free printable to color and make your own Baby Yoda card.
This card is folded to show Baby Yoda with a closed mouth, and when the fold is pulled up, his mouth is open.
Use the speech bubble to write your own message inside.
Want to build a Baby Yoda?
This is like a Star Wars version of a paper doll craft. Cut out the pieces, glue him together, and you're all set.
You could also glue a large craft stick to the back to use him as a puppet.
Aren’t these the cutest little Yoda’s you’ve ever seen?!
Which one will you make first? Make sure to save all your favorite ideas for later.
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