Star Wars Day was kicked off in Canada in 2011 to celebrate all things Star Wars. But it is believed the term “May the Fourth be with you” was first used in 1979 after Margert Thatcher took office as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Every year on May 4th, Star Wars fans around the globe participate in fun and exciting activities. Some dress up as their favorite Jedi, Wookie, or Sith Lord while others create fun and enjoyable dishes!
My husband and I love to do activities with the kids, dress up and make delicious snacks! Here are some of our favorite activities and dishes.
May the Fourth be with you! Moms, remember WE run the ship!
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