On this page, you will find 24 original Baby Yoda coloring pages that are all free to download and print! For this series, I illustrated a wide range of scenes featuring the adorable character from The Mandalorian series, also known as Grogu, along with other fan-favorite characters and moments that fans are sure to love!
These printables are perfect for children seeking a creative pastime, fun, and free birthday party activities, decorations for a Star Wars-themed party, wall art, placemats, scrapbooking, and countless other imaginative applications! Embark on a colorful journey through a galaxy far, far away with these captivating Baby Yoda printables that are sure to delight fans of all ages.
To start coloring, you can click on any of the below images or links. This will then open the PDF on a new page, which can then be downloaded or printed. You can also save these PDFs for digital coloring on an iPad or iPhone!
All these PDF coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes! Enjoy!
10 Craft Ideas To Do With Baby Yoda Coloring Pages
What child wouldn’t like coloring Baby Yoda and bringing him to life?
Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
1. Adorable Stick Puppets
Begin this fun craft with an ordinary paper plate, and let the youngster use black finger paint to create the puppet’s base.
When Baby Yoda is colored, the child can add large wiggle eyes to his face and green tissue paper to embellish his ears.
He should then be cut out and attached to a long craft stick.
When the stick is pushed down through a slit cut in the upper portion of the paper plate, the child has an adorable stick puppet.
2. Baby Yoda Christmas Tree Balls
This hilarious craft must be completed carefully, but it’s worth the effort! Each child should have a traditional green Christmas tree ball.
Baby Yoda should be colored, cut from the page, and carefully glued around the ball with invisible glue.
Craft leaves can be added for comical ears, and black pom-poms can be attached as eyes.
A brown paper strip positioned around the base of the ball completes Yoda, and green yarn threaded through the top fixture is perfect for hanging this comical ornament.
3. Hatching Out
For this easy craft, give each youngster a paper plate and let them color the inner circle gray or brown. The white fringe will create a perfect fancy border.
Next, have each child cut a half-circle from brown construction paper and glue it to the bottom section of the plate to form a pocket.
When Baby Yoda is colored, he should be cut out, and the bottom section glued into the pocket.
The finished decoration will look like Baby Yoda is hatching from an egg!
4. Make a Cute Cup Holder
Start the simple craft by giving each youngster a piece of cardboard from which to cut a strip about four inches high.
The strip should be bent into a circle, and the ends glued together with Krazy glue or rubber cement. This will ultimately be Baby Yoda’s “body.”
Once the character is colored and cut from the page, it should be attached to the front of the cardboard circle and coated with a few layers of acrylic spray.
The finished craft can be used to hold a soda can, sippy cup, or travel mug.
5. Baby Yoda Playpen
All children will enjoy giving Baby Yoda his own playpen. When the character is colored and cut from the page, the cutout should be glued to black construction paper.
Next, give the youngster some small craft sticks and about ten toothpicks to create a playpen. This will be surprisingly easy.
Craft glue secures the pieces over the cutout, resulting in Baby Yoda looking out from his playpen.
This adorable piece of artwork can be framed and saved!
6. A Hilarious Mother’s Day Card
For this fun craft, the youngsters should color a smiling Baby Yoda and draw a colorful flower in his hand.
Wiggle eyes can be added to make it extra funny, and a big smile can be drawn with puffy paint.
A marker or glitter gun can be used to write “Happy Mother’s Day” at the top, and the youngster has an adorable and unique Mother’s Day card!
7. A Creative Coin Bank
This enjoyable craft begins with a simple jar from a discount store, which should be painted light green with craft paint.
Next, Baby Yoda should be colored and glued to the jar, allowing his ears to stick straight out on either side. This gives it a very comical look.
Black pom-poms to which wiggle eyes have been glued add the perfect finishing touch.
The jar can then be trimmed with brown packing paper for an authentic Baby Yoda bank.
8. Baby Yoda Ears
Baby Yoda ears are easy to make, and the coloring page and some green poster paper are all you need.
From the green poster paper, a long strip should be cut and bent into a circle to be worn as a “hat.”
Baby Yoda should then be cut from the page, with the ears separated from the head. Glue the head to the center of the hat and the ears on the left and right.
The result is a hilarious hat that your youngster will delight in wearing!
9. Just Hanging Around
For this enjoyable classroom activity, give the children coloring pages, black pom-poms, wiggle eyes, and green pipe cleaners.
Baby Yoda should be cut from the page, leaving approximately two inches of blank space at the bottom for the youngster to write his or her name.
The wiggle eyes can be added to the face, and black pom-poms can be Baby Yoda’s hands.
A small hole should be punched at the top of the cutout for the pipe cleaner, which can then be taped to the top shelf of the child’s locker, allowing Baby Yoda to “hang out.”
10. Rockabye Baby Yoda
Let the youngsters make a realistic Baby Yoda for an adorable mascot to take anywhere!
Begin with an empty dish detergent bottle, cleaned and dried. Baby Yoda should be colored, glued to stiff cardboard, cut out, and pasted to a craft stick.
Place the craft stick inside the bottle and secure it with a layer of masking tape around the top.
This should be wrapped in a white tissue paper “blanket” for a take-along doll that looks surprisingly real.