Toddler Animal Costume
Halloween is all about the kids and there’s nothing more fun than dressing the little ones up in a great Toddler Animal Costume. Whether it be a monkey, an elephant, a dog, a kitty, My Little Pony, a sheep, a pig, or a lion, there is something cute and cuddly for everyone. It can be difficult to find a good selection of toddler costumes in typical retail stores so shopping online has many advantages.
The possibilities are really endless when it comes to toddler Halloween costumes but the variety that is available in an animal costume is better than most others. One of the great things about these costumes is the fact that they very frequently come as a complete package with the costume, hood, and oftentimes the booties all in one. Here at toddleranimalcostume.net we hope to provide a complete selection of the animal costumes for sale in one location so you can enjoy one stop shopping. Here’s a preview of some this years newest toddler animal costumes.
Available in both infant and toddler sizes: 6-12 month, 12-18 month, and 18 month to 2T.
A dainty little poodle outfit is the perfect choice for the little princess in your house. This polyester suit comes with a faux fur pink bodysuit that is very plush and soft to the touch. Primarily pink in color, the black armbands, ankle bands, and ears really jazz it up. Add the pink and black polka dot tie that matches the miniature bows on the hood, on the armbands, and on the matching anklets, and you’ve got a costume that everyone will adore.
The only thing that you need to add to this animal costume is a pair of pink tights and your little girl will be ready to trick or treat. If you’ve got more than one princess in the house then take a look at the other children’s poodle costumes that are available and let me go out as a matching pair.
Available in infant and toddler sizes including 6 to 12 months, 12 to 18 months, and 18 months to 2T.
Put a little outback in your child’s life with this sweet and cuddly Kangaroo outfit. What a great toddler animal costume for those kids who love to bounce their way around the house!
This one piece suit is washable and comes with a polyester brown and tan jumpsuit with matching hood. This little roo outfit has a very realistic tail that is attached and a front pouch that includes a baby roo. The open faced hood is soft and won’t irritate ears or faces and it will help keep your little one warm. The booties are also attached for one total package deal.
Dress them up and your little one will be hop, hop, hopping their way around the neighborhood! Check the front pouch before the night is done to make sure it’s not full of goodies along with that baby roo!
Available in a great variety of infant and toddler sizes for your little ones: 6-12 months, 12-18 months, and 18 months to 2T.
The Boo Bat Costume is just about as scary as you’re going to get with a toddler animal costume. Although it may “scare” some, it’s much more likely to just bring a smile to everyone’s face.
The newest bat costume to hit the scene comes with a fuzzy black body and a cool purple tie that matches the purple bat ears on the attached hood.
The attached wings are just adorable, they’re black, and they’re adorned with some purple sparkly bling. The ears are sparkly too and if your child is known for having a devilish smile or twinkle in their eyes then these bat ears will accentuate the fact.
If you’d like to jazz this little outfit up then simply add a pair of black tights and your child will be ready to fly around the town. This is one comfy and cozy costume that your kids will be most comfortable in. There will be no crying and no squirming because they’re uncomfortable. In fact, this is one of the fuzziest costumes available.
All children love animals, especially those little toddlers of ours. Ever wonder what’s so fascinating about the animal kingdom that draws children to them? Some say it’s the learning factor. Since kids are absorbing and learning about everything around them faster than imaginable, observing and interacting with animals is stimulating. Children are able to learn how and what animals eat, how they move around, and how they communicate with the human race without having to speak.
I personally think that kids love animals because of the social interaction. Who doesn’t love to have their faces licked by a new puppy, to be nuzzled by a pony, or to learn why butterflies and bees drink nectar? Animals are just plain fun for the young and the old combined!
It’s amazing how many Halloween costumes are available and designed like animals. That’s just a small indication of how important animals are to our kids and to their development. And they’re fun to boot! Your kids can act like animals, make animal sounds, and move like an animal if they so choose. Talk about letting their imaginations run wild!
Halloween is such a fun time for kids and with a little planning on your part your toddlers can have just as much fun as the older kids. One of the best things to do with young children is to have a party at your house. You can invite a handful of friends and neighbors and have a little get together filled with fun filled activities. You can serve food, play Halloween games, and make crafts. Let the kids wear their costumes and they’ll have a blast checking each other out.
Since animal costumes are so very popular you can also plan an outing to the zoo. Let your kids wear their animal costumes and have some fun looking at the animals on display. Can you just imagine how much fun it will be for you little one who’s dressed as a lion or tiger to see the actual animals in real life? What fun for them and I bet that you’ll find even find the zoo decorated and decked out for the holiday on top of it.
You can also plan a neighborhood Halloween parade. This is a great way for the kids who are a little too young to trick or treat to have a good time. A parade is easy to arrange. All you need to do is get together all of your wagons and strollers, grab the kids too, and stroll down the parade route. You can pick up some Halloween balloons to tie on to the vehicles and you could even decorate them if you choose. You can set up a table of snacks and drinks at the end of the parade route and have a little get together. You’ll probably want to plan this during the daytime so the kids have lots to look at and see.