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Check out these Nursery Rhyme costumes! They’re perfect for Halloween and Nursery Rhymes Day. But, they’re great for dress up any day!
World Nursery Rhyme Week will occur the week of November 18. During this week, fill your preschool days with Nursery Rhyme activities for preschoolers.
They’ll love the fun activities, and you’ll love how easy it is to engage your little ones. These costumes will make a great addition to your fun festivities.
Nursery Rhyme Costumes
This Little Miss Muffet costume is perfect for little girls. It’s super easy to make from an old tee shirt if you follow the tutorial. PA County Crafts
This easy no-sew spider costume works great alongside the Little Miss Muffet costume linked above. It’s also great for the Itsy Bitsy Spider. Make It Love It
Oh my goodness, you guys! Do NOT miss this super cute Hickory Dickory Dock costume complete with a little stuffed mouse. Scientific Seamstress
Gather up some cardboard boxes and construction paper, and you’ve got everything you need to create this simple Humpty Dumpty costume. Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons
Here’s another fun take on a simple Humpty Dumpty costume. This one also uses construction paper and cardboard. Kenarry
This sweet dress is perfect for a Mary Mary Quite Contrary costume. Just add a water can, and you’re all set.
If you can sew, you might enjoy this felt Hickory Dickory Dock costume! The fabric allows your child to move unlike cardboard. Thanks! I Made Them
If your little one wants to be Little Bo Peep, check out this costume complete with frills! Free Time Frolics
This no-sew sheep costume would be perfect when paired with the Little Bo Peep costume I shared above. This Lovely Life
Play along with the rhyme Hey Diddle Diddle with these sweet little felt pieces! They are great for independent, quiet play or group activities.
This fun Hey Diddle Diddle musical toy features vibrant eye-catching colors and plays the nostalgic nursery melody that everyone loves. Listen for the cat’s meow, the dog’s bark, the cow’s moo and the laughing children as your little one discovers the four-interactive buttons.