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Pumpkin Costumes

Pumpkin Costumes

Nothing says Halloween more than pumpkins do. And pumpkin costumes are just about the most adorable look for kids out there. The Jack o' lantern is a Halloween favorite, and your child can look like he or she got picked fresh from the patch!

As children grow and develop, they learn to discern shapes and colors. Because pumpkins are bright orange, they are easily recognizable and identifiable for young ones. It's fun, too, to learn shapes as you cut out designs, turning them into jack-o-lanterns, such as triangles for eyes, circles for the top, and squares or rectangles for the teeth. There is also the famous poem, Peter Peter, Pumpkin Eater, which is a fun and easy poem to teach kids and help them identify with learning about Halloween. With these Halloween costumes, they can bring joy and laughter to everyone who encounters them as they go trick or treating.

If you have ever taken a child to a pumpkin patch, you know how fun it is to pick one out for Halloween. It's great to see all the different sizes and shapes of these ubiquitous orange squash, and your child can delight in actually being able to become a one him or herself when they get one of our costumes.

One really nice feature to the Halloween pumpkin costume is that it is easy to get on and off. Often, children don't like to have outfits that are too elaborate or uncomfortable. They are very comfortable and easy to wear, and doesn't get in the way of little arms or legs moving around.

You can dress up your pumpkin, as well. Many people have made additions to the costume including painting the face orange or green, or getting more elaborate and drawing a vine design on the forehead or cheeks. You can supplement the look with elf-like shoes and bells (a great addition to track any wandering little feet), or you can accessorize with a trick or treat container to match.

Another side benefit to pumpkin costumes is the fact that it is bright orange. This means that it will stand out and be a contributing factor to keeping your child safe and easy to spot.

How to carve a Jack O'Lantern