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60 Best Star Wars Toys For Kids

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Amparo Lopez
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From Barbies to Polly Pockets, Amparo spent her childhood playing with the cutest of dolls. Her absolute favorite was her Lil Miss Singing Mermaid doll, with long curly hair and a beautiful color-changing tail. Here at TheToyZone, she channels her inner kid to find the best toys on the market for children of all ages. You won't be surprised to learn that she's specialized in dolls and plushies.
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No need for grand introductions here — Star Wars, the powerhouse franchise that spans generations, galaxies, movies, series, video games, comics and more, is a force to be reckoned with. Its fanbase is as diverse as the universe it portrays, encompassing both kids and adults alike.

Toys have been a massive part of Star Wars’ success since the late ’70s when Luke Skywalker, R2-D2, Princess Leia and Chewbacca figures first appeared. Fast forward to today, and the Star Wars toy universe has expanded faster than the Millennium Falcon in hyperdrive.

Thanks to the ever-expanding LucasFilms empire and the continued success of movies, series and more contemporary Disney productions, including the beloved show The Mandalorian, there’s now an astronomical variety of toys to cater to every Star Wars fan.

But with such a vast selection, finding the perfect gift for the young Padawan or the not-so-young Jedi in your life can be as challenging as navigating an asteroid field. That’s where we come in. 

I have scoured the galaxy of Star Wars merchandise to curate a comprehensive list of toys, gadgets, collectibles and more, ensuring you’ll find the ideal match for your favorite Sith Lord, Jedi Knight, savvy collector, or action enthusiast.

The Top 3 Star Wars Toys

LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars The Mandalorian & The Child 75317Play-Doh Star Wars BB-8 and R2-D2The Black Series Boba Fett (Prototype Armor)
23 LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars The Mandalorian The Child 7531743 Play Doh Star Wars BB 8 and R2 D248 The Black Series Boba Fett (Prototype Armor)
BEST AGE10 years and up3 years and up4 years and up
❤️ PROSIt’s a two-figure pack and each one has its own standAll the cutters and stamps are integrated into the units so that the pieces won’t get lostAs with all the Black Series of figures, it is incredibly detailed and high quality
💔 CONSGrogu doesn’t have legsIt’s a challenging to cleanOften the packaging is compromised
💵 PRICE$38.97$38.83$38.83

If none of the above picks are exactly what you had in mind, feel free to scroll through the rest of our list to discover the perfect gift for your little Star Wars fan.

Action Figures

1. The Child Animatronic Edition

Packed with over 25 sounds and movements from The Mandalorian series, all it takes is a gentle tap to its head for instant action. This remarkably lifelike Grogu features soft, moving ears, a nodding head and blinking eyes. The real treat comes when you give his head three gentle pats — his tiny arm rises, and his eyes gently close, perfectly mirroring his iconic use of the Force.

1 The Child Animatronic Edition
Recommended age: 4 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Comes with the Mythosaur Necklace and it can be detached
❤️ When laid down, Grogu sleeps and snores
❤️ Grogu is so cute you don’t even have to be a fan of The Mandalorian or the Star Wars franchise to enjoy him

What We Don’t Love:

💔 His feet and body are hard, rigid plastic instead of moveable or soft plushie
💔 His mouth doesn’t move either

2. The Black Series Luke Skywalker

This 6-inch Luke Skywalker showcases remarkable attention to detail, smooth articulation for dynamic posing and a secure grip for precise lightsaber wielding. The figure features the signature black cloak from The Mandalorian series. It is an excellent choice for dedicated Star Wars fans and collectors alike.

2 The Black Series Luke Skywalker
Recommended age: 4 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ It is a solid figure; there is no not tipping or falling over
❤️ He looks amazing wearing the cloak
❤️ Has multiple articulation points for posing

What We Don’t Love:

💔 His face looks a little glum
💔 The figure has less articulation than other characters of the Star Wars Black Series

3. STAR WARS Galactic Action The Mandalorian & Grogu

The Mandalorian and Grogu make a winning pair and that’s just part of what you get with this action figure set. The 12-inch figure is also loaded with over 15 sound effects from The Mandalorian series and features a blaster for the bounty hunter’s hand, ready to ignite imaginations. 

3 STAR WARS Galactic Action The Mandalorian Grogu
Recommended age: 4 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ The paint finishes are very well done with accurate colors
❤️ The FX sounds are very realistic, with the authentic Mandalorian voice
❤️ It’s sturdy and stands up great without falling over

What We Don’t Love:

💔 There isn’t much articulation, just Mando’s right hand and arm
💔 To some, it felt lighter than expected

4. STAR WARS Toys Mission Fleet Action Figure 10-Pack

This set comes packed with ten finely crafted mini-figures from Star Wars movies and series. Despite their size, the figures feature realistic details and movable joints. Each mini-figure includes at least one detachable accessory, ranging from lightsabers to jetpacks and blasters. With a diverse cast including Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Moff Gideon, Bo-Katan and more, this collection is perfect for recreating epic battles.

4 STAR WARS Toys Mission Fleet Action Figure 10 Pack
Recommended age: 4 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ They come in a compartmentalized box with each figure individually wrapped
❤️ Each figure is well-made and detailed, especially considering the tiny size 
❤️ The colors are very realistic

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The time-lines for the characters are all mixed
💔 To some, the figures were smaller than expected

5. Mr Potato Head Hasbro The Yamdalorian and The Tot

Timeless Mr. Potato Head meets The Mandalorian in the whimsy Yamdalorian and The Tot version. The Yamdalorian comes with over ten pieces to mix and mash, including the iconic helmet, armor and cape, that creatively depict the Mandalorian while maintaining the familiar quirkiness of Mr. Potato Head toys. Fun to look at and play with, the accessories are designed for fans of all ages. Plus, it features an adorable little Tot version of Grogu. 

5 Mr Potato Head Hasbro The Yamdalorian and The Tot
Recommended age: 2 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ The accessories and extra pieces can be stored in the Yamalorian’s potato body 
❤️ Most parts are compatible with other Mr. Potato Head toys
❤️ The adorable Tot figure fits inside the Yamdalorian’s included pouch.

What We Don’t Love:

💔 We wished Grogu moved or had interchangeable pieces
💔 Some of the pieces are a bit difficult to put on 

💡 If your Star Wars fan likes their figures to be part of a friendly bunch, here’s a Mr. Potato Head Star Wars Mini Multi-Pack.

6. Rebel Alliance Figure Set

This Rebel Alliance set brings back the classic charm of the ’70s and ’80s. These iconic five Rebels offer a strikingly authentic look, remarkable attention to detail and exceptional paintwork, ideal for nostalgic fans eager to pass on their enthusiasm to today’s generation. Each character comes with their signature weapons and accessories.

6 Rebel Alliance Figure Set
Recommended age: 4 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ They come in sleek packaging
❤️ One of the most iconic sets of characters of the Star Wars saga
❤️ So lifelike that R2-D2 looks like he might just turn on, start beeping and show you a hologram. 

What We Don’t Love:

💔 C3P0 is not included
💔 The weapons are a bit flimsy 

7. Stretch Darth Vader

The attention to detail is here is fantastic, with the armor’s belt, chest plate and cape all looking just like the real thing. His chunky body looks menacing and intense. His robust limbs can be twisted, bent and stretched in all directions and an awful lot. Yet, all the details on the Sith Lord’s figure come back together smoothly to a firm-filling figure in its original shape, even after intense stretching. 

7 Stretch Darth Vader
Recommended age: 5 years and above 
💡TIP: Not so into the evil characters? The Star Wars Stretch Armstrong line also includes legendary Boba Fett, mighty Chewbacca and quirky C3PO.

What We Love:

❤️ Quick to return to their original state
❤️ Clearly made to last
❤️ Heavy and sturdy

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Paint cam flake over time
💔 Because he’s all black and rubbery, he is prone to picking up some dust

Star Wars Vehicles

8. Micro Galaxy Squadron Starfighter Class

Luke Skywalker’s X-Wing Fighter is probably one of the most iconic Star Wars vehicles. The S-Foils (or wings) and landing gear are fully articulated and snap smoothly into the open and closed positions. In contrast, the cockpit canopy opens to place Luke Skywalker’s included mini-figure inside. Plus, they didn’t forget R2-D2 — his micro-figure is included, too, adding that authentic touch for immersive play..

8 Micro Galaxy Squadron Starfighter Class
Recommended age: 8 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Includes a working droid socket for R2-D2 
❤️ Paint applications are clean and accurate
❤️ Scales perfectly with the Millennium Falcon 

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The mini-figures aren’t the most detailed 
💔 Plastic is a bit brittle and rather lightweight

9. Mission Fleet – Razor Crest

This ship is the spitting image of the onscreen counterpart, with an interior play area filled with hidden compartments and details that diehard fans will appreciate. There is a weapons locker for storing the featured weapons and accessories and the cockpit opens to reveal the main cabin with two seats for the Mandalorian and Grogu mini-figures included in the set. 

9 Mission Fleet Razor Crest
Recommended age: 4 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ All the weapons fit into Mando’s hands
❤️ Features a top-mounted dual cannon and two side cannons that can fire missiles with the press of a button
❤️ The walk ramp has a flat surface to pose Mando and Grogu as they enter or exit the ship

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The figures are somewhat on the smaller side
💔 Makes no lights or sounds

10. Micro Galaxy Squadron AT-ST

Despite its compact size, this AT-ST showcases elaborate sculpted details and realistic paintwork. With three points of articulation in its legs, it has a wide range of motion, perfect to recreate the menacing advance of this Imperial vehicle in the heat of battle. The hatch on the top of the vehicle opens so players can place the included driver micro-figure in the cockpit.

10 Micro Galaxy Squadron AT ST
Recommended age: 8 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Has a swiveling head that can turn 180º
❤️ The font gun pivots up and down
❤️ It’s sturdy and easy to pose thanks to the (also sculped) big feet 

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The cockpit is quite big, and there’s nothing to peg the figure into, so it rattles inside

11. Force Link 2.0 Tie Fighter

The Force Link 2.0 collection is a blast, and the break-apart TIE Fighter proves it. With a lifelike paint job and incredible sculpting, this ship is collector-worthy. Its interactive features, like missile launchers and a break-apart action, offer more playability than other vehicles on this list. Inside, the cockpit boasts a detailed design, including a pilot’s seat and control panel that adds to the overall authentic feel of the TIE Fighter.

11 Force Link 2.0 Tie Fighter
Recommended age: 4 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Comes with an articulated fighter pilot and a blaster that fits nicely in his hand
❤️ Other TIE versions have the blow-up buttons right around where you naturally hold it, so they get pressed too easily
❤️ Cool battle damage look, a break-apart that is not just wings popping off

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The red paint on the missile chips off easily
💔 Need the Force Link 2.0 to activate sounds

💡TIP: To get the most out of the TIE Fighter, the Hasbro Star Wars Force Link 2.0 Starter Set includes Force Link Wearable Technology, compatible with the entire Force Link line, and a 3.75-inch Han Solo Force Link 2.0-activated figure.

12. The Black Series Rey’s Speeder

Rey’s Speeder is a meticulously designed addition to the Black Series from the Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie, boasting high-quality craftsmanship that’s sure to impress collectors. From the clear plastic base that mimics the air coming out of the turbojet engines to the real cloth net holding metal scraps and the carefully crafted scuff marks on the speeder, this vehicle captures the essence of its movie counterpart through and through. 

12 The Black Series Rey’s Speeder
Recommended age: 4 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ The Speeder’s side opens to reveal the engine
❤️ Rey’s accessories include a removable backpack and mas for a realistic look
❤️ Highly detailed and true to the movie model

What We Don’t Love:

💔 It would be nice if Rey’s scarf and goggles came off 
💔 There’s no BB8 minifigure included 

Star Wars Plush Toys

13. Grogu Rc 12-Inch Plush Toy

With this 12-inch RC plush toy, Grogu comes to life in a spectacular, interactive way. The wearable remote control features five options that activate different modes, such as head and ear movements, hand movement for a display of the Force and walking around and exploring the room. In Follow mode, little Grogu will follow the person wearing the control, while the hide and seek mode will make The Child find you with impressive 360º moves. 

13 Grogu Rc 12 Inch Plush Toy
Recommended age: 3 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Super responsive and easy to control
❤️ The joystick allows a free-style movement  
❤️ It’s life-sized

What We Don’t Love:

💔Batteries for the wearable RC are not included
💔Not suitable for outdoor play

14. Mandalorian Grogu Plush Toy

This is another version of Grogu as a plush toy, which is so cuddly! He has a squishy body and a soft robe, just like the one in The Mandalorian series. His head and hands are made of hard (yet smooth to the touch) vinyl that gives this plush toy so much detail and a realistic appearance. Besides, the flat, sturdy base is filled with small beans, allowing him to sit on his own on any flat surface.

14 Mandalorian Grogu Plush Toy
Recommended age: 3 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Perfect size
❤️ Great for cuddling or display as a collectible
❤️ The colors are super accurate

What We Don’t Love:

💔 He has no feet 
💔 The head doesn’t move  

15. Grogu Plush 10-Inch

There are so many adorable Grogu plush toys that we just needed to add this one. This 10-inch Grogu comes with his own satchel like the one on the show, making it a perfect companion for on-the-go adventures. His legs, arms and ears are posable and a gentle squeeze of his hand will prompt The Child’s recognizable cooing sounds from the show.

15 Grogu Plush 10 Inch
Recommended age: 3 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ He can stand on his feet
❤️ So adorable!
❤️ Sturdy and well-made

What We Don’t Love:

💔His head is rock solid
💔Requires three LR44 batteries 

16. Darth Vader 8-in Plush

Darth Vader as a plush toy? You heard it right, and it’s incredibly soft and cuddly. Neatly crafted, the plush has embroidered details and combines a variety of soft fabrics to closely resemble the Dark Lord of the Sith’s iconic pitch-black armor — although way cuter. 

16 Darth Vader 8 in Plush
Recommended age: 3 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Excellent materials and finishes
❤️ Sturdy yet cuddly
❤️ Impressive attention to details

What We Don’t Love:

💔 To some, it was smaller than expected

17. 10-inch R2-D2 Plush

R2 is a beloved character in the Star Wars universe, and this squishy plush toy is a delightful addition for fans of all ages. The 10-inch, half-plush, half-pillow is the perfect blend of cuddly companion and cozy pillow. Both front and back have embodied details for a lifelike look.

17 10 inch R2 D2 Plush
Recommended age: 3 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Super soft and cozy
❤️ Bright colors
❤️ Stitching and stuffing are holding up well to repeated play 

What We Don’t Love:

💔 It is kind of flat, considering its movie counterpart
💔 The light colors make it a little difficult to keep clean

Star Wars Playsets

18. The Mandalorian Galactic Snackin’ Grogu

The Galactic Snackin’ Grogu animatronic toy is a bundle of interactive fun. With over 40 sound, motion combinations and a range of reactions to the included accessories (a yummy bowl with purple tentacles, a cookie, his favorite toy ever —the knob from the Razor Crest— and a spoon), this 9-inch-tall Grogu is as entertaining as he is adorable. And when he’s craving a little cuddle time, he’ll let you know by reaching up with both arms.

18 The Mandalorian Galactic Snackin Grogu
Recommended age: 4 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Has moving head, ears and arms, as well as eyes that can open and close
❤️ Has an On-Off switch
❤️ The reactions and animatronics are impressive

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Batteries not included
💔 The body is hard-cased

19. Force Link BB-8 2-in-1 Mega Playset

At first glance, the 15-inch playset resembles the iconic BB-8 droid, with interactive buttons on its head that trigger sounds and lights. Once unfolded, the set reveals a multi-level adventure wonderland with a collapsing deck, Supreme Leader Snoke’s throne room, a sneaky trap door and a firing cannon. The Force Link wristband enhances playtime by bringing three distinct areas to life alongside the Supreme Leader Snoke and Elite Praetorian Guard figures.

19 Force Link BB 8 2 in 1 Mega Playset
Recommended age: 4 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Opens into full, multi-level playset featuring six play areas
❤️ BB-8 exterior designed for display
❤️ Includes Force Link bracelet

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Requires three AAA and three AA batteries, which are not included
💔 The wristband and figures in this set are Force Link 1.0, only compatible with other Force Link 1.0 figures (not with 2.0)

20. A New Hope Tantive IV Hallway Playset

The Tantive IV ship is famous for appearing in “Star Wars: A New Hope” and “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” In this set, the ship’s corridor — a critical scenario in epic battles— is recreated with the accurate attention to detail collectors expect from Star Wars The Vintage Collection. The functional sliding door adds authenticity and includes a Rebel Fleet Trooper figure complete with blaster, helmet and cap.

20 A New Hope Tantive IV Hallway Playset
Recommended age: 4 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Great playset to display any 3.75-inch Star Wars figures 
❤️ Comes with little pegs on the floor to stage Vintage Collection figures like a pro
❤️ The set is expandable 

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Only one figure included
💔 Less suitable for active play as it’s more on the display side

💡 TIP: Some great Vintage Collection figures to recreate scenes on this playset are the droids C3P0 and R2-D2, Darth Vader and Stormtroopers.

Star Wars LEGO Sets

21. LEGO Star Wars: The Mandalorian Series The Child 75318

When you assemble this set, you’re not just putting together a 1075-piece LEGO; you’re building an adorable Grogu figure holding his favorite toy, the gearshift knob from the Razor Crest ship. His ears are fully posable, and with his head and hands that can rotate, you can explore a range of expressions, each even cuter than the last. So, bring the galaxy’s most endearing character to life, one pose at a time.

21 LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian Series The Child 75318
Recommended age: 10 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Kids can play around with it, as it’s pretty stable
❤️ Comes with LEGO’s information sign the Child mini-figure
❤️ LEGO did an impressive job with Grogu’s eyes, giving them a nicer look compared to Yoda eyes. 

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Lots of the same color brick
💔 The LEGO app doesn’t have a 3D rendering like other sets have

22. LEGO Star Wars AT-AT Walker 75288

The AT-AT has been remade by LEGO many times since the first model’s release in 2003. This model’s main body and cockpit can be opened to access the interior and fit the included Imperial mini-figures in their position. Plus, the set comes with a Luke Skywalker mini-figure equipped for Snowspeeder action with his Lightsaber, thermal detonator and speedy bike for recreating his daring takeover of the AT-AT Walker during imaginative play sessions.

22 LEGO Star Wars at at Walker 75288
Recommended age: 10 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Includes six LEGO Star Wars Minifigures
❤️ Comes with a hidden, retractible winch at the AT-AT bottom for Luke to climb like in the movie
❤️ The AT-AT shooters actually shoot missiles

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Difficult to assemble for beginners
💔 While the AT-AT legs can be placed in a walking pose, they are best left straight for stability

23. LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars The Mandalorian & The Child 75317

These Lego BrickHeadz versions of The Mandalorian and Grogu are adorably compact yet impressively detailed. Mando sports his signature weapons, rifle and blaster pistol while wearing his original, brown and silver armor from the early episodes before acquiring the Beskar Steel suit. The color scheme matches the series, and his helmet and accessories are remarkably well-crafted. 

23 LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars The Mandalorian The Child 75317
Recommended age: 10 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Can be attached to stands for display
❤️ Grogu’s ears are posable
❤️ It’s a two-figure pack and each one has its own stand

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Grogu doesn’t have legs
💔 The scale is not just right; Grogu looks too big against Mando

💡TIP: If you’ve got a tip or an alternative to recommend, use a box like this one.

24. LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker’s X-Wing Fighter 75301

The X-Wing Fighter LEGO model is an affordable gem, packing in impressive detail. Its wings easily transition into the iconic X shape, and two blasters fire lasers at your command. It’s armed with spring-loaded shooters to fend off TIE Fighters, plus an extra red projectile. R2-D2, of course, has his cozy spot onboard. 

24 LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker s X Wing Fighter 75301
Recommended age: 9 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ It has good swoosh-ability and playability
❤️ Has retractable landing gear
❤️ Comes with iconic minifigs, Luke Skywalker (and his lightsaber), Princess Leia, General Dodonna and R2-D2

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The landing gear is flimsy
💔 The wings of the ship don’t stay open by themselves

25. LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon 75257

The all-time favorite Millennium Falcon simply had to make this list. This 1300+ piece version was released in 2019 and will retire by December 2024 as Disney shifts away from the sequel trilogy era. Features-wise, this Millennium Falcon boasts an opening cockpit, removable top panel for full access to the interior, concealed compartments and space for a figure in the rotating gun turret, ready to operate the shooters.

25 LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon 75257
Recommended age: 9 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Comes with an awesome set of mini-figures, including Lando Calrissian, Chewbacca, Finn, C3PO and Boolio, plus R2D2 and D-O 
❤️ Features a lowering ramp
❤️ Once assembled, the ship is sturdy, perfect for worry-free play

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The interior could be more detailed
💔 Many gray bricks

Star Wars Role Play Toys

26. The Black Series Bo-Katan Kryze Premium Electronic Helmet

Bo-Katan’s popularity rocketed following her appearance in The Mandalorian. Bo-Katan’s helmet has a remarkable level of realism that could easily be mistaken for a prop from the Mandalorian set, making it perfect for roleplay or display. The exterior features authentic scratches and battle marks, creating a lifelike appearance, while the interior is faithful to the Mandalorian helmet design, complete with characteristic intricate circuits.

26 The Black Series Bo Katan Kryze Premium Electronic Helmet
Recommended age: 14 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ The rangefinder drops down with the push of a button and has two flashing red LED lights
❤️ It is adjustable on the inside, thanks to the straps
❤️ Comes with paddling on the inside, so it’s comfortable to wear

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The visor can be easily scratched if you’re not careful 
💔 Batteries are not included

27. Double-Bladed Electronic Lightsaber

For younger Star Wars fans, this double-bladed Inquisitor Lightsaber from the Forge line opens up many possibilities with its many combinations. With nine parts to assemble, it can become Revan’s double-bladed lightsaber or split into two separate ones, perfect for sharing with friends during epic roleplay battles.

27 Double Bladed Electronic Lightsaber
Recommended age: 4 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Features lights and epic Lightsaber sound effects
❤️ It’s compatible with other Forge line Lightsabers to mix and match to create tons of combinations
❤️ It’s easy to assemble

What We Don’t Love:

💔 It’s a bit plastic
💔 The ends of the saber don’t stay locked in so firmly 

28. NERF Star Wars Amban Phase-Pulse Blaster

The NERF Amban Pulse-Phase Blaster is an impressive piece, measuring over 50 inches long. Its sleek design looks incredibly cool, just like The Mandalorian one. It loads only one shot at a time, mirroring the blaster’s immense power, known for its target-disintegrating capabilities. Its lightweight build makes it an excellent pick for cosplay enthusiasts seeking authenticity in their Mandalorian-inspired costumes.

28 NERF Star Wars Amban Phase Pulse Blaster
Recommended age: 8 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Includes 10 Official Nerf Elite foam darts
❤️ It’s huge and perfect for Cosplay
❤️ Easy to assemble 

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Not great in Nerf battles, more of a collector prop 
💔 Does not have a long firing range or an accurate aim

💡 TIP: While the Amban Pulse-Phase Blaster is a fantastic replica of the Mandalorian’s, it’s not a typical Nerf gun. If you’re looking for shooting distance, loading speed and general Nerf fun, check out our Star Wars guns selection. 

29. Lightsaber Forge Darksaber

The Darksaber is legendary; a black-bladed lightsaber regarded as a symbol of power in the Mandalorian culture and known for its ability to cut through almost anything. It’s no surprise that Star Wars fans would want to wield such a saber, and Hasbro has delivered a seriously cool-looking version as part of the Forge range. It offers the usual lights and sound effects, can be easily assembled and disassembled and can withstand serious lightsaber dueling.

29 Lightsaber Forge Darksaber
Recommended age: 4 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Works well as a costume accessory, decorative prop and toy
❤️ Customizable with other sabers from the range
❤️ Not all Forge lightsabers feature lights and sounds, yet this one does 

What We Don’t Love:

💔 It’s not the brightest saber
💔 Sometimes, the blade doesn’t fully extend 

30. STAR WARS Nerf Poe Dameron Blaster

The Nerf Poe Dameron Blaster is a must-have for Star Wars fans who enjoy action-packed play and a good Nerf war. It lights up with cool effects and makes laser blast sounds with every trigger pull, whether loaded or not. Poe’s Nerf blaster keeps things simple with its straightforward front-loading system, making reloading a breeze. Its compact size makes it the perfect companion for thrilling indoor adventures.

30 STAR WARS Nerf Poe Dameron Blaster
Recommended age: 6 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ GlowStrike technology makes the darts glow when fired
❤️ Powerful Nerf shooting machine
❤️ No jams or malfunctions on this one

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Only includes three darts
💔 It’s a single-shot baster

Star Wars Gadgets

31. Tamagotchi nano x Star Wars – R2-D2

While today’s kids might not have grown up with Tamagotchis like those in the ’90s, this R2-D2 version will spark a connection. The gameplay is simple: young Jedi apprentices must nurture R2 by feeding, playing games and keeping it clean. Unlike the ’90s Tamagotchis, this one offers a nice twist — it can connect with other Tamagotchi devices for gift exchanges and multiplayer games.

31 Tamagotchi nano x Star Wars R2 D2
Recommended age: 8 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Comes with seven mini-games to play and bond with Tamagochi R2 while earning points to unlock new features and items
❤️ The digital droid can learn up to 19 different skills
❤️ He makes bleeps and bloops and sounds just like the real R2-D2

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The buttons are quite small 
💔 The alarms and alerts can get a little aggravating at times

32. Grogu – Mini Bluetooth Speaker

Incredibly cute, this Grogu ultra-portable mini speaker is the perfect companion for Star Wars fans on the go. Its impossibly tiny size doesn’t compromise sound quality and volume; plus, it comes with a handy strap for extra portability. Whether you’re out and about or chilling at home, the Mini Speaker delivers good, clean sound.

32 Grogu Mini Bluetooth Speaker
Recommended age: 6 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Has a 30 ft. wireless range
❤️ It pairs super easy with your devices
❤️ Uses a standard micro USB port to charge and charges pretty quickly

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Volume is controlled through your device (only the on-off button on this little guy) 
💔 Doesn’t have an auxiliary input either

💡 TIP: Pair two Bitty Boomer speakers together for more immersive, true stereo sound. There’s a whole Star Wars range to choose from.

33. Star Wars Death Star Waffle Maker

Picture this: you’re in the kitchen on a lazy Sunday morning and decide to whip up something special for your little ones. Instead of the usual plain waffles, you surprise your little Jedi with Death Star-shaped waffles. You’ll become the breakfast hero in your galaxy.

33 Star Wars Death Star Waffle Maker
Recommended age: 16 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Has non-stick, coated stainless steel heating plates
❤️ The size is just perfect
❤️ Clean-up is easy

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Needs adult assistance
💔 Requires a bit of practice to get the waffles at their best

Star Wars Switch Games

34. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed

Released in 2008, The Force Unleashed holds a special place among diehard Star Wars fans, as it was the first Star Wars game to be considered by George Lucas himself as an actual chapter in the overall storyline. In this game, players step into the role of Darth Vader’s secret apprentice, Starkiller, to hunt down and destroy Jedi. 

Recommended age: 13 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ You play as Darth Vader’s Apprentice
❤️ The game has great art and fantastic music
❤️ There are a lot of levels

What We Don’t Love:

💔 It’s not an official release
💔 It can be a hard-to-win game 

35. Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

The Skywalker Saga will take players across 20 iconic Star Wars planets featuring hundreds of unlockable characters and vehicles. It offers action-packed battles, epic cutscenes and several humor scenes —like LEGO— making the game extra entertaining. Players don’t need prior Star Wars knowledge to enjoy it, but playing through levels in each of the movies in the saga makes it an excellent entry point to the Star Wars universe. 

Recommended age: 7 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Plenty of levels to keep us engaged. 
❤️ Lego stayed true to the movie, and the realism of the characters is just perfect 
❤️ It is fun, colorful and full of action

What We Don’t Love:

💔 There are only five levels per movie
💔 It is a one- or two-player game; can’t be played in group 

36. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

“Knights of the Old Republic,” initially released in 2003, brings classic Star Wars storytelling to the Nintendo Switch, and despite the years, the Force remains strong with this game. With memorable characters and a genuine Star Wars atmosphere set thousands of years before the prequel trilogy, it captures the essence of the conflict between Sith and Jedi. 

Recommended age: 13 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ High-grade graphics
❤️ As an RPG, it allows for Character creation 
❤️ Players can explore various planets in the semi-open world

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Combat is a little clunky

37. Star Wars Jedi Knight Collection

The Jedi Knight Collection brings two early 2000s PC classics to the Nintendo Switch. Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast delivers a nostalgic dose of old-school FPS gameplay, blending action-packed shooting and lightsaber combat with puzzle-solving and platforming exploration. Meanwhile, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy offers a more open narrative structure, with a well-developed character creation option for players to choose what kind of Jedi they wish to be on missions spanning iconic planets in the Star Wars galaxy.

Recommended age: 13 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Two games in one card
❤️ It runs perfectly in both handheld and docked modes
❤️ Classic Star Wars storytelling and action

What We Don’t Love:

💔 It’s not a remaster or retelling, just the original one for a different console
💔 Being a PC game at heart, some controls and commands may not feel so natural

38. Star Wars Racer and Republic Commando Combo

This is another two-in-one collection for Nintendo Switch that offers two different gaming experiences. In Republic Commando, players lead a squad of Clone Troopers on tactical missions during the Clone Wars, shedding light on the prequel trilogy’s storyline. Star Wars Racer provides thrilling pod racing action inspired by Episode I: The Phantom Menace pod race.

Recommended age: 13 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ You get two vastly different experiences in the Star Wars universe
❤️ Star Wars Racer: Has 25 playable racers
❤️ Republic Commando: Battle scenes are epic

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Star Wars Racer: Not as fun as other racing titles
💔 Republic Commando: has some reported glitches

Star Wars Board Games

39. The Mandalorian – Snack Time Game

Grogu’s snack of choice is none other than frogs. In this game, players must catapult those squishy orange and turquoise critters as quickly as possible through The Child’s eagerly waiting mouth. It offers straightforward fun, especially for the little ones. If you’re up for a challenge, increasing the difficulty by moving the launchers farther away or adding a timer to make it even more engaging is easy.

39 The Mandalorian Snack Time Game
Recommended age: 4 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Easy to pick up rules
❤️ The catapults are well made
❤️ Super fast-paced game for lots of laughter

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Grogu is made of cardboard, and it’s not the most resistant material
💔 The squishy material of the frogs tends to attract dust and lint easily 

40. Hasbro Gaming Clue Game: Star Wars Edition

This 3-D Death Star gameboard with two decks adds an exciting twist as players choose from iconic characters like Luke, Leia, Han, Chewbacca, R2-D2, or C-3PO to solve the mystery. Your mission: figure out Darth Vader’s next target, locate the secret plans for the Death Star and escape in the right vehicle to win. It’s a perfect blend of Clue’s gameplay and classic Star Wars storytelling that will thrill diehard fans.

40 Hasbro Gaming Clue Game Star Wars Edition
Recommended age: 8 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Great for group play, it accommodates up to six players
❤️ Players move up and down and around on the board
❤️ Full of details, like the trash compactor room, that Star Wars fans will enjoy

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Some of the new rules can make the game end too quickly
💔 Assembly can be a bit cumbersome

41. Mattel Games UNO Star Wars

While UNO needs no introduction, the Star Wars edition goes a step further. It features characters from the Star Wars franchise —spanning the original trilogy, prequels and sequels— and comes with “The Force” wild card, unique to this deck that adds a new rule and a twist to the classic UNO game.

41 Mattel Games UNO Star Wars
Recommended age: 7 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Each card is decorated with an iconic image from the Star Wars franchise
❤️ Images are well-printed
❤️ It’s versatile, accommodating up to ten players and remains just as enjoyable with only two players

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Wish it came in a travel tin like The Mandalorian version
💔 The cards are somewhat tinier than the original version

42. Monopoly: Star Wars The Child Edition

This Star Wars Monopoly edition closely mirrors the classic Monopoly gameplay but immerses players in The Mandalorian universe, with recognizable locations and objects like the Tracking FOB or the Razor Crest cockpit. The game pieces feature amusing depictions of Grogu in various poses, including eating a frog, displaying the Force and enjoying a cup of broth. 

42 Monopoly Star Wars The Child Edition
Recommended age: 8 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Players don’t need to know Star Wars to play and enjoy the game
❤️ Takes some time to play, but it’s not as long as the classic version
❤️ It has a story feel to it

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The figures are cardboard
💔 The board could be bigger

Star Wars Activity Sets

43. Play-Doh Star Wars BB-8 and R2-D2

The two most intelligent, most loved droids from the whole galaxy make this Play-Doh set a ton of fun for little Star Wars fans. BB8 is a rolling stamper featuring six different stamps like the rebel symbol, the X-Wing fighter and more. R2-D2 is a cutter with three plates on the wheels, each equipped with a different blade for precise cutting. 

43 Play Doh Star Wars BB 8 and R2 D2
Recommended age: 3 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ R2-D2 also features a removable mold to create C-3PO
❤️ R2-D2’s front can be customized with touches of color using Play-Doh
❤️ All the cutters and stamps are integrated into the units so that the pieces won’t get lost

What We Don’t Love:

💔 One of R2’s cutters doesn’t work that well; the dough gets stuck
💔 It’s a tad difficult to clean

44. Art of Coloring: Star Wars

This Star Wars coloring book is a delightful treat for young artists. It offers a range of designs, from simple and open options, like the R2-D2 mandala, to intricately detailed character portraits from the original and prequel trilogies. The book is well-crafted, with a sturdy sewn binding and high-quality smooth and sturdy paper.

44 Art of Coloring Star Wars
Recommended age: 18 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Contains 100 images to color
❤️ Nice heavyweight cardboard cover
❤️ High-quality paper prevents color bleed-through

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Hard for younger kids
💔 Some illustrations have a lot of black shading already filled 

45. Ultimate Sticker Book: Star Wars

For fans of the original Star Wars trilogy, this sticker book comes packed with reusable stickers of classic characters, including Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Ewoks, vehicles, spacecraft and more. Plus, the book provides pages with character silhouettes, each accompanied by a detailed description, allowing for interactive sticker placement.

45 Ultimate Sticker Book Star Wars
Recommended age: 4 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ More than 60 reusable stickers
❤️ Full-color, bright stickers 
❤️ Nice variety of characters and objects of the original trilogy

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Only eight pages of stickers
💔 There are no scenes or landscapes to put the stickers to

💡 For all Star Wars movie enthusiasts, not just the original trilogy, this alternative Star Wars Ultimate Sticker Collection contains over 1,000 vibrant stickers, including characters and objects from the sequel trilogy.

46. Klutz Star Wars Folded Flyers Activity Kit

These Star Wars paper flyers are a blast. They’re made from full-color, custom-designed papers replicating iconic galactic vehicles to the detail. With five copies of each design, you can have a fleet of Y-wings and Millennium Falcons at your command. The high-quality paper ensures these creations stay intact during flight —and they fly exceptionally well!  

46 Klutz Star Wars Folded Flyers Activity Kit
Recommended age: 6 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ The pages tear out easily 
❤️ The book includes foldable display stands
❤️ Great for spending quality time with your kids away from screens and video games

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Have to be good at following instructions
💔 Kids might need adult assistance to make their starfighters

Star Wars Collectibles

47. L0-LA59 (Lola) Animatronic Edition

L0-LA59 was a surprise breakout character from 2022’s Obi-Wan Kenobi Disney series, and this animatronic version brings her to life with all her liveliness. This fully animated version of young Princess Leia’s trusty companion flaps her wings, makes droid sounds and lights up. With simple taps and gentle pats, L0-LA responds with delightful beeps, whistles and dynamic movements.

47 L0 LA59 (Lola) Animatronic Edition
Recommended age: 4 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ More than 45 different light, sound and movement combinations
❤️ Very authentic-looking
❤️ She automatically shuts off after some time to help save the batteries

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Not as interactive as it makes out
💔 Needs to be placed in her stand to prevent tipping due to its heavy balance

48. The Black Series Boba Fett (Prototype Armor)

This articulated figure pays homage to the original ‘Super Trooper‘ concept the notorious bounty hunter was initially envisioned with. As a Trooper, he would have donned all-white armor, a significant contrast to the dented, scratched and colorful armor Boba Fett is known for. This Black Series figure accurately captures that concept with remarkably precise sculpting. 

48 The Black Series Boba Fett (Prototype Armor)
Recommended age: 4 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Comes with three accessories including a jetpack
❤️ As with all the Black Series of figures, it is incredibly detailed and high quality
❤️ The cape looks great

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Often the packaging is compromised
💔 The front pouches on the belt hinder the leg movement

49. Funko Pop! Deluxe: Star Wars – Millennium Falcon with Han Solo

If you’re looking for a centerpiece for your Funko Pop! collection, this will be it. Han Solo commands the Millennium Falcon from its cockpit in this intricately designed Pop! Deluxe. The attention to detail is impressive, down to the burn marks of the engine and the Falcon’s iconic blaster cannon. Plus, it comes with its own stand.

49 Funko Pop! Deluxe Star Wars Millennium Falcon with Han Solo
Recommended age: 3 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Awesome detailing on the falcon
❤️ The size alone is enough to blow you away
❤️ It rivals the LEGO version

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Can’t remove Han from the ship
💔 Chewie is not included

50. LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet 75328

LEGO’s Mandalorian Helmet is a beautiful piece for display. With a somewhat innovative building technique, initially, it may look like a jumble of colored bricks, yet this makes the build enjoyable from start to finish and not so hard to build. The final result is a fantastic replica of Mando’s iconic headgear. The angles and panels are perfectly executed, especially the cheek structures. Every detail, from the sides to the visor, is captured flawlessly.

50 LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet 75328
Recommended age: 18 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Drum-lacquered LEGO bricks recreate the metallic look of Beskar armor
❤️ Includes a name plaque
❤️ Neat blending of textures

What We Don’t Love:

💔 For 18+
💔 To some the helmet was smaller than expected

💡TIP: If you’re a fan of these Lego helmets, you’re in for a treat! The Boba Fett Helmet makes the perfect companion piece, but there’s also Darth Vader, a Scout Trooper, Luke Skywalker’s Red 5 Helmet, and Captain Rex

Star Wars Gifts They Can Take to School

51. Star Wars School Backpack

This backpack is a fantastic choice for any young Jedi heading to the Jedi Academy — or school. Its all-over print showcases iconic characters from the original trilogy, adding a dash of Star Wars flair to daily adventures. It contains multiple compartments and two convenient mesh side pockets, ensuring everything stays neatly in place. 

51 Star Wars School Backpack
Recommended age: 3 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Has a reinforced and comfortable back panel
❤️ The design is clear and nicely done
❤️ Has  adjustable foam padded shoulder straps

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Smaller than expected
💔 The fabric could be more robust

💡 There’s a matching lunch box to complete the set.

52. Star Wars Water Bottle

This water bottle doesn’t just have an excellent Star Wars design and’s incredibly effective at keeping water refreshingly cold thanks to its double-wall insulation. Its generous 32oz capacity makes it perfect for quenching thirst during various activities throughout active days. The tight seal around the straw is a game-changer that avoids spills even when knocked over. 

52 Star Wars Water Bottle
Recommended age: 3 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Thanks to the handle, it’s super easy to carry around
❤️ It comes with two different types of lids, a regular one and another with for the straw
❤️ Comes with an additional straw 

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Lid is sometimes hard to open
💔 The BPA-free Straw Lid is dishwasher safe, but the bottle isn’t

53. IQ LEGO Star Wars Lightsaber Gel Pen Set

These pens are a Star Wars fan’s dream come true. They look like real lightsabers and yet they are comfortable to use. Plus, the set includes four colors representing the most iconic lightsabers; choosing which one to write with feels like selecting your Jedi path. Will it be blue for justice, truth and serenity, green for harmony and growth, red for strength and determination with a dash of evil or purple for nobility and wisdom? 

53 IQ LEGO Star Wars Lightsaber Gel Pen Set
Recommended age: 6 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ It’s from LEGO
❤️ Colors are bold and they write nicely – they write SUPER SMOOTH
❤️ Pens are refillable

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Could have more ink in them

💡TIP: For a more comprehensive color range, check out this set of ten. And get the refills here

Star Wars Gifts They Can Wear

54. VTech Kidizoom Smartwatch Star Wars BB-8

From capturing photos and videos to triggering lightsaber sound effects with the motion sensor, the Star Wars BB-8 Smartwatch is packed with interactive fun. Kids can even record and play back their voices in various modes, including Droids and Kylo Ren. The Smartwatch also features practical functions like an alarm, timer, stopwatch, calendar and calculator. 

54 VTech Kidizoom Smartwatch Star Wars BB 8
Recommended age: 5 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Camera app includes Star Wars-themed photo effects 
❤️ It’s easy to operate and charge
❤️ Kids can feel they get cool digital tech, but it doesn’t connect to phones or the internet, making it perfect and safe for little ones

What We Don’t Love:

💔Camera is lower quality
💔No option to update or add programs or games

55. Rubie’s Costume Star Wars Classic Boba Fett

Stepping into the shoes of the legendary bounty hunter will be a real treat for Boba Fett fans. This officially licensed Star Wars costume features a jumpsuit with a realistic print of the renowned battle-worn armor. The cape, securely fastened with Velcro, adds an authentic touch, and the iconic mask completes the ensemble.

55 Rubie s Costume Star Wars Classic Boba Fett
Recommended age: 5 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Three different sizes available
❤️ Easy for kids to put on and comfortable to wear
❤️ Has a nice fit

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Doesn’t come with a blaster
💔 The helmet is actually a mask

56. Vintage Inspired X-Wing Fighter T-Shirt

This vintage X-wing fighter Star Wars t-shirt is a fantastic addition to any young Star Wars fan’s wardrobe. The classic design brings a touch of nostalgia but the print is vibrant and detailed, showcasing the iconic X-wing fighter in all its glory. Plus, it’s super soft, providing comfort for all-day wear.

56 Vintage Inspired X Wing Fighter T Shirt
Recommended age: 6 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ 100% cotton
❤️ Two colors to choose from: light blue and white
❤️ Unisex fit

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Can’t try it on before purchase

57. TOGROP 4 PCS Knight Costume

If you’ve got a young Jedi enthusiast on your hands, this costume is sure to kick their imaginative play up a notch. The Togrop costume comes with all the essentials for a Padawan to become a Jedi Knight: tunic, pants, belt, shoe covers resembling Jedi boots and, of course, the quintessential hooded robe. With these, they can fully step into the role of a Jedi knight, showcasing their mastery of the Force in style.

57 TOGROP 4 PCS Knight Costume
Recommended age: 3 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Look just like a Jedi knight
❤️ Has a great fit
❤️ Materials and accessories are well-crafted

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The fabric is a bit thin
💔 The belt has no clip for a lightsaber

Star Wars Gifts for Their Room

58. Death Star 3D Illusion Platform Night Light

Either for easing young Padawans into the night or adding a cool vibe to an older Jedi-in-training room, this Death Star lamp is a stellar choice. Once it’s plugged in and the lights are out, it creates this awesome illusion, like the Death Star is beaming right from the base. Plus, it comes with a mode that cycles through colors on its own, or you can pick your favorite hue by giving the power button a click.

58 Death Star 3D Illusion Platform Night Light
Recommended age: 6 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Can be connected to an outlet with cable or powered with batteries
❤️ The detail is very sharp 
❤️ Looks like a hologram

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Smaller than expected
💔The acrylic Death Star sits in a slit on the base, it’s not attached to it

59. Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary Twin XL Sheet Set

These Star Wars sheets are so soft, it’s like sleeping on a cloud. The set comes with a fitted sheet, flat sheet and pillowcase, all showcasing the frozen terrain of Hoth from Episode V. The vivid and finely detailed pattern brings to life the epic battle between the Empire and the Rebel Alliance on the ice planet. It’s a fun and comfy way to bring a piece of the Star Wars universe into their bedtime routine.

59 Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary Twin XL Sheet Set
Recommended age: 3 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Reversible pillow 
❤️ It’s made of breathable fabric with Oeko Tex Standard 100 label 
❤️ Higher quality kids bedding

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Only one size available
💔 The silkish texture makes the sheets come off the corners pretty easily

60. Star Wars Classic Peel and Stick Wall Decals

This set of Star Wars wall decals offers a non-permanent yet stylish way to infuse a room with a touch of the galaxy far away. Featuring classic characters from Episode VI, they’re easy to apply and reposition. The decals are a good size, around nine inches, and each character looks proportional to the others. It’s a swift and straightforward way to bring a touch of Star Wars to any room.

60 Star Wars Classic Peel and Stick Wall Decals
Recommended age: 6 years and above

What We Love:

❤️ Includes 31 decals
❤️ Great photo quality, excellent colors
❤️ They seem to have replaced Leia’s figure with the outfit from when she was held captive by Jabba to a Leia with her iconic white dress — best update possible

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Sometimes leave residue
💔 There is no Obi-Wan Kenobi

Frequently Asked Questions About Star Wars Toys

🙋 At what age is it suitable to introduce kids to Star Wars?

With a range of screen productions, age ratings vary. Young Jedi Adventures and Lego Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Out are suitable for five- and six-year-olds. 

Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope gets the green light at around seven; it is the original trilogy movie catered to the youngest audience. 

As for the rest of the sagas, TV shows are typically suggested for ages eight and up and sometimes 12, as seen in Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.

However, there are other ways to introduce your little Jedi to the franchise if they are not yet familiar with it. Regarding toys, even the youngest ones can enjoy the Star Wars galaxy. For instance, ‘Mr Potato Head Hasbro The Yamdalorian and The Tot, included in this list, is recommended for two-year-olds. So, whether battling in space or exploring galaxies far, far away, there’s a Star Wars adventure for every age.

🙋 Are Star Wars toys a good gift for boys and girls?

At TheToyZone, we firmly believe toys have moved beyond traditional gender boundaries. Just like other beloved characters and universes such as Minecraft or Pokémon, Star Wars transcends any specific gender. 

It presents a vast galaxy of characters, ships and stories that can ignite any child’s imagination, regardless of gender. 

So, when considering a Star Wars toy as a gift, you can be confident they’ll love it if they are into this universe.

🙋 Who invented Star Wars toys?

It wasn’t the first company George Lucas and 20th Century Fox approached. They wanted Mego Corporation, the big name in licensed dolls in the 70s, to make toys based on their 1977 movie. But Mego said no, thinking Star Wars would not be a hit. Big mistake! 

So Lucas and Fox turned to Kenner Products, a smaller toy maker that would later become part of Hasbro in 1991. Kenner was so unprepared for the massive demand for Star Wars toys that they came up with a wild idea: they sold empty boxes with a promise to send the figures later. 

This was called the Early Bird Certificate, and it included a cardboard backdrop, a little sticker sheet, a club membership card and most importantly, the certificate. 

It turns out the Early Bird Certificate was a flop, but it kept Star Wars fans waiting for the real deal. In 1978, Kenner finally released 12 figures, along with playsets and vehicles, and they were a smash hit. Kenner had invented Star Wars toys, and they made history.

So… What Star Wars Toy Should You Get?

When choosing a gift for the young Star Wars fan in your life, you should consider a few things. First of all, what’s their favorite Star Wars era? Are they die-hard fans of the original trilogy, or do they lean toward the newer Disney movies? Perhaps they’re captivated by the world of The Mandalorian.

Next, think about what ignites their imagination during playtime. If LEGO is their game, the LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon promises hours of building fun and intergalactic adventures. For those with a crafty streak, the Klutz Star Wars Folded Flyers Activity Kit offers a hands-on experience in creating their own Star Wars flyers. If they’re a collector at heart, The Black Series Rey’s Speeder is a fantastic addition to any figure collection. And, of course, for those who adore cuteness, The Child Animatronic Edition is an irresistible and interactive companion guaranteed to warm hearts.

In crafting this list, we’ve aimed for inclusivity, ensuring there’s something to delight every Star Wars fan, regardless of their age, tastes, or favorite films or series. However, we know that we might have missed an absolute gem in the vast universe of Star Wars toys. 

If you think there’s an ultimate Star Wars toy we’ve overlooked, don’t hesitate to reach out and let us know. This is the Way!

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