Sep 272016
 

Halloween is almost here, and I have been thinking about costumes for my kids. My 3 year old daughter, Kayleigh, has sensory sensitivity, so she does not like to wear certain fabrics, or any kind of heavy costume that does not allow her to move freely, and she will not wear face paint. This year, she has requested to be a pumpkin for Halloween.

I want her to be able to dress up for Halloween, but still be comfortable, so I spent quite a while searching the web for Halloween Costumes for Toddlers with Sensory Sensitivity. Surprisingly, there were quite a lot of great hoodies that would make perfect Halloween costumes for toddlers with sensory sensitivity.

If your toddler has sensory sensitivity, and does not want to wear a normal Halloween costume, check out these great sensory-friendly costume ideas I found below. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. 

Halloween Costumes for Toddler with Sensory Sensitivity

Astronaut – Pair this hoodie with these cute galaxy joggers!

Astronaut Halloween Costume

Big Bad Wolf – Pair with grey pants to complete the costume.

Big Bad Wolf Halloween Costume

Buzz Lightyear – A pair of white pants & green shoes would complete this costume!

 Disney Little Boys’ Buzz Lightyear Hoody Toddler, White, 4T

Captain America – Pair this hoodie with a pair of matching blue pants and boots to complete the look!

 Marvel Boys’ Captain America Costume Hoodie (2T)

Curious George – Add brown pants to complete this costume!

Darth Vader – A true Darth Vader mask would be a nightmare for a kid with sensory issues. This hoodie is much more comfortable, and it’s reversible too!

Darth Vader Halloween Costume

Dinosaur – Pair with matching blue pants.

Dinosaur Halloween Costume

George Pig Dino – Pair with green pants.

George Pig Dino Halloween Costume

Hello Kitty – Pair with white pants. Hello Kitty Halloween CostumeIron Man – Pair with red pants.

Iron Man Halloween Costume

Knight – Pair with these slub fleece joggers to complete this costume.

Knight Halloween Costume

Lightning McQueen – This costume is complete!

Lightning McQueen Halloween Costume

Lion Guard Kion – Add matching pants to finish this costume.

Lion Guard Kion Halloween Costume

Mickey Mouse – All it takes is a pair of black pants to complete this costume!

Mickey Mouse Halloween Costume

Minion – Wear with jeans!

Minion Halloween Costume

Paw Patrol Chase – This costume is all ready to go!

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iconPaw Patrol Everest – Pair with matching purple pants.

Paw Patrol Everest Halloween Costume

Paw Patrol Marshall – This costume is good to go!

iconPaw Patrol Skye – Pair with matching pants.

Paw Patrol Skye Halloween Costume

Pumpkin – This is the hoodie I ended up getting Kayleigh for Halloween this year. I plan to pair it with black pants, but if you’re feeling a little more adventurous, you can pair it with a pair of orange and black,  green and black or orange and green striped pants.

Pumpkin Halloween Costume

R2D2 – Finish the look with a pair of white pants.

R2D2 Halloween Costume

Rainbow Dash  – This hoodie would look great with either a pair of matching blue pants, or rainbow striped pants.

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 Marvel Toddler Boys’ Captain America Or Spiderman Costume Hoodie and Pant Set, Red, 2T

Stormtrooper – Complete the look with white pants and white boots.

Stormtrooper Halloween Costume

Superman – This outfit is already complete!

Superman Halloween Costume

 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle – Pair with green pants to finish the look.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Halloween Costume

Thomas the Train – Pair with matching blue pants.

Thomas the Train Halloween Costume

Yoda – Pair with khaki pants to complete this costume.

Yoda Halloween Costume

Does your toddler have sensory sensitivity? Do you think they would wear one of these cute character hoodies for Halloween?

 

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