The latest Padawan Post has arrived and here are some features for
you to enjoy:
You Collect Star Wars Books & Toys
Collecting is an activity that unites Star Wars fans of all
ages. A few weeks ago StarWarsKids.com asked the question, Why do
you collect Star Wars books and toys? Replies poured in from
young collectors around the world, providing insight into their
collections, their motivations and their extreme love of Star
Wars. This fun feature presents a collection of those replies
and attempts to show what a typical Star Wars kid's room
might look like! Click
here to see if this room is like yours.
Look closely at your Star Wars toys... action figures,
building sets. Now is your chance to wonder out loud, How did they
make that? Why did they choose to make this vehicle and not a
different one? Whatever question you may have for a Star Wars
toy maker, simply submit it to StarWarsKids.com. Some of the most
interesting questions will be answered by the makers of your
favorite Star Wars toys, and then presented in an up-coming
feature on StarWarsKids.com. Click
here to ask a toy maker.
Many of you have been learning from and playing in StarWarsKids.com
for a couple of years, while others have only recently begun to
hang-out in this section of the Star Wars universe. No matter
who you are, we want to know what you think would make
StarWarsKids.com a better web site. We're also curious what kind of
fan you are. These are just some of the kid-friendly topics
presented in this short, online survey. Please take a few minutes to
here to tell us what you think.
OK, Padawans. School has been in session for a few weeks and you've
been doing a great job of exercising the left side of your brain.
That's the side of your brain that is logical and orderly. Now it's
time to pay some attention to the right side of your brain - Star
Wars style. The right side of your brain processes creative and
visual stimulation... a perfect fit for the Galactic Color-Bot. This
online coloring program has recently been enhanced with an
"Undo / Redo" tool and new features in the Images palette,
too. Check 'em out. Click
here to paint Jango, Yoda, Dooku and more.