Costume Fun for the Children’s Halloween Skate

With Halloween less than two weeks away, it’s costume crunch time. How can you find a costume that strikes just the right note of sweet, silly, or spooky for the Fun Spot Halloween skating party? Of course, your kids don’t have to dress up . . . but that’s the fun of the costume parade! If you need a little skating costume inspiration, have no fear. Fun Spot has you covered with these last-minute Halloween costume ideas.

Halloween Family Fun in Belleville

child halloweenIf you need a costume, first you need an event. We’ve got you covered there, too! Teens and tweens will love skating, dancing, and hanging out with friends at Halloween Skate and Dance on Friday, October 28th from 7:30-10:30pm. Want to keep your younger kids “fright-free”? Don’t miss our Children’s Halloween Party on Saturday, October 29th from 1-5pm, featuring:

  • Family-friendly fun (no scary stuff here!)
  • Halloween games
  • A costume parade
  • A screaming contest
  • A candy toss

Find the Perfect Skating Costume

First, keep in mind that your kids will be roller-skating, scrambling for candy, and being their silly selves at Fun Spot’s Children’s Halloween Party. Yes, a mini Rubik’s Cube costume may be cute, but you’ll want to plan for costumes that give them a full range of motion. Here are a few other tips to finding an easy kids Halloween costume (without slacking on the cute-factor):

  • Shop thrift stores. You never know what you’ll find!
  • Get creative! You’d be amazed at what you can make with plain clothes and a few simple props. For example: pin pale pink balloons to light-colored clothes for an instant bubble bath. You can also dress your child in all black (ninja), cover them in cobwebs (spiderweb), or paint squares on their face to make a pixelated Facebook photo.
  • Become a DIY master. Does your son love the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Paint a disposable turkey pan green and voila! Instant Raphael shell. Is your daughter all about Pokemon Go? Dress her in a red shirt, white skirt, and black belt with a white craft paper circle over the buckle. Pokeball, go!
  • Recycle. Make use of last year’s costume by passing it down to a younger sibling, trading with the neighbors, or adding a few details to make a brand new costume.

Ready to show of your kids’ Halloween costumes in the cutest parade Belleville has ever seen? Don’t miss the Children’s Halloween Party on October 29th.

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