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The best supermarket Halloween costumes for babies and toddlers

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Halloween costumes for babies and toddlers

With Halloween right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to dress your little one up! Whether this is their first Halloween or their fifth, it’s a great excuse to play fancy dress and carve pumpkins. Yet who has time to make a costume?

To get you in the spirit, we’ve come up with the best Halloween games to play with your toddler and spent hours scouring the supermarkets for the best buys so you don’t have to.

Halloween Spider Witch Fancy Dress Costume, £7, Asda 

Halloween Spider Witch Fancy Dress - Asda

A classic witch outfit for your little trick or treater, this cute ensemble comes with a pointed hat, mesh covered sequin detail bodice and a glittery embroidered skirt. The best part? It’s only £7 and will be a great addition to your dressing up box!

Orange Halloween Pumpkin with Hat Outfit, £11, Sainsbury’s 

Sainsburys pumpkin

This adorable pumpkin outfit is available in new born to size 3-4 years and we absolutely love it. More cute than scary, the embroidered suit has a pumpkin face and bobbly eyes and comes with bright green striped trousers and a cute pumpkin hat. If only they made it in adult size…

Black Halloween Toddler Spider Costume, £11, Sainsbury’s 

Spider costume

We can see the family spider photo already with this cute outfit, available in 0-4 years. This two piece 3D costume comes with a spider suit, complete with six 3D legs and some stretchy black and green zig zag trousers.

F&F Bat Halloween Costume, £9, Tesco

Bat halloween

This cute fleece all-in-one is a great way to easily turn your tot into a spooky looking bat. With built-in wings with a night sky print and a hood with googly eyes, this will definitely be a hit.

F&F Frankenstein Halloween Costume, £9, Tesco 

F&F Frankenstein baby

What could be cuter than a baby Frankenstein? This cute costume, complete with a hat, comes in sizes from 0-1 months up to 18-24 months, so is a great option if you’re planning to mark your baby’s first Halloween!

John Lewis Baby Halloween Bat Romper & Hat, £14, John Lewis 

John Lewis Baby

Definitely one for the ‘ahh-factor’ this Halloween, check out this adorable little romper and hat set from John Lewis. Made from soft cotton, this romper has popper fastenings and a cute bat hat!

Disney Monsters Inc Mike All in One, £8, Asda 

Mike all in one

Fed up of bats and pumpkins? Dress your little monster up in this adorable Monsters Inc themed costume for the ultimate trick or treat this Halloween. Your older kids will love it!

John Lewis Baby Dress Up Unicorn Onesie, £19, John Lewis

John Lewis unicorn

Who said Halloween had to be scary? Get your little unicorn fanatic a costume that will be pulled out of the dressing-up box at every occasion with this cute onesie from John Lewis. We love the 3D details and popper fastenings.

Halloween Bat Bodysuit and Hat Set, £7, Asda 

Bat bodysuit

Last, but by no means least, we love this adorable bat bodysuit with a cute matching hat. If the 3D ears don’t make you melt, the little wings and built-in feet will! 100% cotton for your baby’s delicate skin. 

Read next: Toddler friendly Halloween games to play with your tot 

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Pin the nose on the pumpkin

This is just like Pin The Tail On The Donkey but replace the donkey with a pumpkin and get your little one to try and guess where his nose would be. Simple, but effective, this is a great learning game for your tot, but will also be fun for your older children. Replace the pin with a sticker, for safety reasons.
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Spider slime

EVERYONE is talking about slime at the moment aren't they? If you haven't tried it with your tots yet (we don't blame you), Halloween is a good time to start. Simply mix PVA glue, water, starch, glitter and some sort of Halloween themed confetti to a bowl and stir. 
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Ghost bowling

Wrap some paper around some skittles and draw ghostly faces on them. Alternatively, just stick some googly eyes onto toilet rolls. Split up into two teams and see who can knock the most skittles down – it’s a great one to boost your toddler’s co-ordination skills and is lots of fun. Just move anything fragile out of harm’s way before the game begins! 
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Pumpkin drawing

As giving your toddler a carving knife probably isn’t the cleverest idea, hand him a crayon or washable felt tip pen to go crazy with instead and encourage him to decorate his pumpkin. As well as being a fun game for your toddler, this encourages him to be creative and starts the tradition for the future. The whole family can get involved with a prize for the most creative design.
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Dress the Mummy (literally!)

​DISCLAIMER: You’ll need lots of loo roll for this! If you can face cleaning up the mess afterwards, a mummy making game is great fun. Let your toddler run riot with the paper, wrapping it around you like a mummy.  If there are other mums with you, get their kids to do the same and the child to wrap their mum the quickest wins!
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Pumpkin hunt

Hide a few pumpkin around the house and garden and set your tot the challenge of finding them all. You can even create some (obvious) clues to help him along his way, or perhaps a map with some treasure at the end. This is a good alternative to trick or treating if your little one is still too young.
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Ghouls and ghosts dress up

It wouldn’t be Halloween without spooky costumes. Which is why one of the best ways to celebrate Halloween with your toddler is offering him a huge chest filled with dressing up options to go crazy with.
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Broomstick race

Split into teams and see who can race on a broom from one end of the garden to the other the fastest. Throw in a few capes and some witches hats for added effect.
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Bobbing for creepy crawlies

Fill a bucket with water and throw in some (fake) creepy crawlies that your toddler can catch – you can them count them together and award prizes. 
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Beastly Biscuits

Forget baking cakes or buying bags of sweets for the trick or treaters – invest in some icing and get your toddler to decorate some Halloween inspired biscuits.
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Paper plate pumpkins 

Another easy option if you don't want to trust your tots with carving a pumpkin, simply get some paper plates and orange paint and let them design their own pumpkin plates! These also make cute decorations for years to come.
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Spider races 

All you'll need for this one is a couple of straws and plastic toy spiders. The first one to blow their spider across the finish line is the winner! 

 
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