This Build A Baby Yoda Free Printable is a fun paper craft for all fans of this super cute and super loveable character from Star Wars: The Mandalorian!
He’s officially called “The Child”, but the internet dubbed this little guy Baby Yoda and he will be known as such forevermore!
Simply use your color printer to print the free paper Baby Yoda template, cut the pieces out, and stick them together to build this adorable character!
And for a black and white version to color, check out our Printable Color & Build Baby Yoda in the Purple Pumpkin Printables Shop!
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Build A Baby Yoda Free Printable
Hey, Star Wars fans!
Are you ready for a fun activity that brings the magic of the Star Wars universe right to your home?
Whether you’ve been a fan for a long time or have young children just starting to explore the vast world of Star Wars movies, we’ve got something for kids of all ages.
Introducing… our Build A Baby Yoda Free Printable!
I can’t be the only Star Wars fan who has fallen in love with Baby Yoda from the Mandalorian series.
He’s quickly become my favorite character, so I felt I just had to create this Build A Baby Yoda Free Printable for you!
Baby Yoda is a fun craft to make while waiting for the next episode of The Mandalorian!
The printable pages are a fun activity for Grogu fans of all ages—not just for young children but for older kids and even adults who are young at heart!
Since initially creating this free printable, we’ve learned that The Child’s name is Grogu—but he’ll always be Baby Yoda to me!
No time to read now? Tap the buttons below to save the adorable Baby Yoda printable template to your Pinterest boards or Facebook page for later!
I have lots of “Build-A-Characters” on my blog and plan on creating lots more, including more Disney (Star Wars and Marvel) characters!
If you are a regular on my blog, you’ll notice that my characters have a cute chubby style, and if they are animals they are anthropomorphic, which means they have human traits – like standing on two legs instead of four.
With his long coat, The Child looks a bit more egg-like than most, but he’s my spin on this cutie!
Two Printable Sizes
I’ve created two sizes for the Baby Yoda/Grogu paper template:
- Regular size, with all of the pieces on one sheet of paper, and creates a character around 4″/10cm tall. (This is the image at the top of the post.)
- Large size with the pieces spread over several sheets. This creates a character around 12″/30cm tall.
- Want the black-and-white version of Baby Yoda? Find the Printable Color and Build Baby Yoda Template in my shop!
Included in this paper Baby Yoda craft are the following pieces:
- Head/Body with mouth and nose
- Ears ( outer and inner ear parts are one piece)
Download your chosen Grogu printable from the list further down the page (they’re surrounded by a purple box), and print onto thick paper or card stock.
Once you’ve printed and cut out the pieces, all that’s left is to assemble your very own Baby Yoda!
You’ll also love this craft: Make your own DIY Baby Yoda plush!!
Where Are The Downloads?
- The two sizes are two separate downloads.
- You will find the download links further down this page, surrounded by a purple box.
- Tap the purple download buttons to save the file(s) to your device.
- I’ve provided two paper sizes – A4 and US Letter (8.5″ x 11″) – use the size that is appropriate for your printer.
How To Use the Build the Baby Yoda Paper Free Template
The regular-size printable is for children who are more skilled at cutting.
The large size should be a lot easier for younger children.
Or you could cut them out for them.
Of course, you know your children, so you will know what suits them best!
Once cut, place the pieces in the correct order to figure out where everything goes before sticking them in place.
You can stick the pieces together with a glue stick or sticky tape.
I like using this roller glue because it is easy to use and has less sticky mess!
For an extra crafty dimension, why not mount the character onto a larger piece of paper and use other craft materials to embellish it?
For example, glitter, furry fabric, craft foam, or tissue paper, to name a few.
You can use a laminator, laminate the pieces, and use them repeatedly.
Fun Ways To Use The Grogu Printable
A fun way to use the regular-size printable is to mount the picture of Baby Yoda onto folded card stock and turn it into a greeting card for a birthday party, Christmas, or Valentine’s Day.
Look online for some cute puns like Baby, Yoda One For Me! or Happy Birthday Baby, Yoda Best!
Use split pins to construct the characters instead of glue to make the Grogu moveable!
Or why not number each piece and turn it into a fun game with dice? Throw the dice, and each time a number is rolled, you take that piece – the first one to complete their character is the winner!
Grab some popsicle sticks and use the regular-sized Grogu to make adorable stick puppets. They are a great way to explore role-playing or storytelling.
You could use a hole punch to make holes into the completed Grogu, thread ribbon, or string and hang them as bunting around the room for a Star Wars-themed party!
But most of all, just have fun with this Grogu printable!
Download the printable PDF file from the list further down the page and print it onto thick paper or thin card. Cut the pieces out, then build Baby Yoda!
You can also buy the Baby Yoda Coloring Sheet in our shop, which can then be cut out and built just like our free version here!
Crafting Supplies to Build-a-Baby-Yoda
If you are short on space to store stuff, why not invest in a craft tote to keep everything together and stash away when not in use? There are many different sizes and styles, so buy one (or two) to suit your needs. I have a couple of these totes just for pens and pencils!
More Star Wars Printables
If you love the Star Wars universe as much as we do at The Purple Pumpkin Blog, you may also love these free printables:
- Free Printable Star Wars Bad Guys Paper Chains—featuring Darth Vader, Grand Moff Tarkin, Stormtrooper, Greedo, Jawa, Ponda Baba, and a Tusken Raider.
- Free Printable Star Wars Memory Game Cards
- Free Printable Star Wars Word Search Puzzles
- Free Printable Star Wars Paper Chains—featuring Han Solo, Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Chewbacca, R2-D2, and C-3PO.
- Free Printable Baby Yoda Coloring Pages
Build A Baby Yoda Downloads
Download Paper Baby Yoda Template Large
Click the download link to save the printable file(s) to your computer.
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Download Paper Baby Yoda Template Regular
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Other Buildable Characters!
I have buildable animals and many other buildable characters that you may like to download. These links open in the same tab/window.
Whether you’ve been on board the Star Wars train for a long time or have just recently dived into the episodes of The Mandalorian, creating your very own Baby Yoda is sure to be a hit!
It’s a fantastic way to introduce young children to the Star Wars universe for the first time or simply have fun crafting cute Baby Yodas.
So, grab your color printer, download our Build A Baby Yoda Free Printable, and let the Star Wars adventure begin!
May the fun be with you!
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