Did You Know?

Did you know?

Why do we sweat?

Everybody sweats. It’s natural and healthy, especially when you’re running around! Sweat is made up of some minerals (like sodium) and water.

What a pretty smile you have!

If you want your teeth and gums to stay healthy, you need to floss regularly. It gets rid of all the bad stuff stuck in your teeth!

The importance of iron

Iron is really important for your body. If you don’t have iron in your blood, you’ll feel tired and weak. Luckily, you can get iron from all kinds of food.

Whole Grains

Whole grains are full of fibre and keep you full for longer. Did you know popcorn is a delicious whole grain snack?

Power Plants

You don’t have to eat meat to get your protein. There are many yummy protein-filled plant foods out there.

Nature’s Candy!

You don’t need sugary treats to satisfy your sweet tooth. Fruits are like candy, except they’re super healthy for you.

Warm up those muscles

If you don’t warm up your muscles, you could hurt yourself when you exercise! So, ask your parents to teach you some warm-ups.

Do your chores

Doing chores is great exercise. It works your muscles and gives you strength. Your parents will also love it when you help out!

Count your steps

It’s important you take lots of steps every day. Try and count them with a pedometer, and see how many steps you can take!

Create & play

Create & Play

Chewbacca Sock Puppet

Make your kid their own wookiee sidekick with this fun Chewbacca Sock Puppet! It will keep them busy for hours as they come up with their own Star Wars stories.

Yoda Finger Puppet

This Star Wars-themed finger puppet will keep your little one smiling and having fun with the wisest Jedi Master from a galaxy far, far away!

TIE Fighter Piñata

This Piñata of the most famous ship from a galaxy far, far away will be a great hit at your kid’s birthday party! You’ll need some time to prepare but it...

Trench Run Relay

The galaxy needs your child’s help! Put together all the pieces for this exciting game and watch your little one run around happily.

Sarlaccs and X Wings

Help your little Jedi travel from Tatooine all the way to the Death Star with this fun board game. It’s great for rainy days when they can’t play outside!

R2-D2 Nail Art

Have some fun with this Star Wars-themed nail art. You can get creative and it looks really cool. You and your little one can have matching nails!

Agent P Rebel Spy

This game is perfect for all Phineas and Ferb and Star Wars fans

Galactic Spy

Discover all the different worlds from Star Wars in this cool spy game.

Jawa Junkyard

Strengthen your memory in this cool Star Wars game.

Stormtrooper Spot the Difference

Can your little one spot the differences between these two Imperial Stormtroopers? Give them some time to work it out.

Jar Jar Binks Colouring Page

Every Star Wars fan loves Jar Jar Binks. Your child will have loads of fun colouring in this picture of him!

Draw R2-D2

Teach your kid to draw like a professional comic book artist. Star Wars illustrator Grant Gould will tell them exactly how to create their own R2-D2.

Recipes

Recipes

Reys Portion Bread

Like Rey, your little one will love this Jakku delicacy. It’s really yummy and is super easy to make. You don’t even have to use the oven!

Toasted Ham Solo Sandwich

This playful lunchtime snack will have your little Jedi begging for seconds. And it doesn’t just taste great, it looks cool too!

Star Wars Blue Milk

This yummy and healthy drink is the perfect treat for your little Star Wars fan! It’s also really easy and won’t take long to make.

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