All Ages Do-It-Yourself Storytime
Theme – Star Wars
In honor of May the 4th, here is a special edition of DIY Storytime for Star Wars fans of all ages.*
Books for Young Readers
5-Minute Star Wars Stories by Disney and Lucas Films Press
Simple stories read for children. Titles include:
Attack of the Clones: Yoda and the Count
Yoda fights Count Dooku.
The Phantom Menace: A Race to the Finish Line
Young Anakin races his pod against Sebulba.
A New Hope: Escape from Darth Vader
R2D2 escapes with the secret plans when Princess Leia’s ship is attacked.
A New Hope: Destroy the Death Star
Luke Skywalker and the other Rebels fight back.
Books for Older Readers
Star Wars Read-along Story Book & Cassette/CD series
Photos, music, and sound effects from the movies accompany these dramatic retellings.
Spoiler alert: All the plot twists are included, so be forewarned!
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
The original 1977 Star Wars movie in 13 minutes.
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
The entire movie in 17 minutes.
The Ewoks Join the Fight (Star Wars Episode VI)
The entire movie in 10 minutes.
Star Wars Episode VII: Return of the Jedi
The entire movie in 18 minutes.
Star Wars Episode VIII: The Force Awakens
The entire movie in 20 minutes.
Star Wars Episode IX: The Last Jedi
The entire movie in 21 minutes.
Disney LOL: Star Wars Kids
Not just for kids! There are lots of links here with a galaxy of videos and fun activities for Star Wars fans of all ages, including:
Let’s Draw Star Wars
Video instruction shows how to draw many Star Wars characters.
Teens on robotics teams go on behind-the-scenes tours of the Star Wars attraction at Disney World.
Print out these pictures of your favorite Star Wars characters to color
Star Wars with Blockly: Hour of Code
Develop your coding skills as you learn how to move BB8.
Baby Yoda Song
“Weird Al” Yankovic – The Saga Begins
Jimmy Fallon, The Roots & “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Cast Sing “Star Wars” Medley (A Cappella)
Word Search Puzzle
Print out this puzzle and circle the Star Wars words when you find them.
*The Stratford Library encourages family to use online resources with caution and is not responsible for broken or altered hyperlinks.