What if your kid wants to go as somebody scary? Well, you could dress them up as Dracula, a clown, or a devil. Shopping malls also have Halloween masks and supplies which you could use to assemble the whole look. You could get plastic fangs, a colorful and bushy wig, or a fork if your child decides to go as any one of those.
This costume is great for any age, from young toddlers on up to adults. You can adjust the number of “spaghetti” strands and “meatballs” however you like. See how this costume looks here.
While not many children would dress as Dr. Grace Augustine, the researcher and teacher, it would offer children an opportunity to dress up without feeling self conscious or feeling “naked”. To Neytiri’s typical costume, slip on a pink or white tank top and a pair of jeans.