Star Wars is an animated film series designed by George Lucas. There have had two trilogies, followed by the third one, which was created recently. Their stories have gained immense popularity and they have been depicted through books, comic books computer and video games and TV series. Due to their immense fame, the franchise designed ‘Fictional Universe’. There was a time gap of 16 years between two trilogies, which increased people’s anticipation and also kept them active.
Star Wars have a unique description of imaginary characters, with a common portrayal of good over evil. They have a famous weapon called ‘light saber’ which is quite popularly connected to weapons of our culture. Their storylines are very catchy, with numerous themes. The best parts of the stories are that they put stress on religion and philosophy which helps children enjoy the cartoon as well as learn values for life.
Star Wars Coloring Pages include pages which have the characters of Star Wars printed. These are all in black and white borders, which have been specifically designed for children who’d like to color these pages, which include their favorite comic series. Some coloring prints would include Star Destroyer, Wise Yoda, Darth Vader, Rebels Characters, etc. Let your children choose their pick, so that you can print and let them enjoy!
Coloring is an important part of children’s education. They not only understand their love for art, but also improve their focus to color within the borders, and do the work nicely. Getting to know different shades are also an essential part of learning they’d need every now and then. Star Wars Coloring Pages could be immensely loved by your child, if he/she likes the series anyway. So if you are worried about not being able to make your child sit straight, and do some coloring, these pages would surely build in some interest in him/her.
Star Wars Coloring Pages could be colored by children of all ages. The borders have minute detailing which would need some expert help, so you could also interact with your children and help them color. This would not only be a nice time of coloring, but also a nice time to bond with your kids and see how effectively they can differentiate colors, and how finely they can color within the printed lines.