The year my son was four was the year he decided to be a Power Ranger- the blue one to be specific. I figured there would be plenty of these, so I waited until one week before Halloween to go and purchase the costume. Boy, was I wrong! After twenty plus stores, frantically searching for the right color Power Ranger costume in his size I finally found it. I vowed that year to start thinking about Halloween and his costume in September, at least!
Even the preschool crowd loves The Angry Birds! These fun costumes are set to fly off the shelves for Halloween 2012, so order yours today!
With the popularity of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles your preschool guy is sure to love being one of the fabulous foursome.
In honor of Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz your child may be certain she wants to wear the glittery red shoes! There are several costume choices, and you may even be able to create this one at home.
Finally, as Lalaloopsy is an easy costume to create, and also cute as ever, here is a wonderful costume for your preschool gal:
If you are making a costume-
First check out the costume supplies you likely have on hand. For example, if your dear daughter wishes to be a princess there is a good chance you may have many of the accessories in the house. Look through your child's dress up bin, as well as fancy hand me down dresses from older relatives or friends. Host a costume party swap if you'd like, and have everyone bring their unwanted dress up clothes to swap or share. Just be sure that the items being swapped are clean and free of lice.
If cleaning the house doesn't garnish a costume ready supply of goodies you can make a costume. Family Fun Magazine always offers tons of great homemade costume ideas, along with step by step instructions for making them. If you don't subscribe to Family Fun have no fear, you can visit them online and get the ideas and directions, too. The costumes they suggest are often easy to make, with many of them requiring little or no sewing.
However you chose to celebrate Halloween with your preschooler be sure to have a safe and happy one!
Here are some more cool costumes for your preschoolers: