Are you looking for United Nations costume ideas for kids? Yearly, most countries are celebrating the United Nations day and with this event, there are several celebrations in school that kids love to join.The preschool years of my son have been so happy and colorful with the United Nations Day event in school. For the preparation, it is better to be prepared in advance once the teacher gave the go signal for this wonderful event. Let me share several United Nations Costume for kids to give you an idea of how these costumes look like.
United Nations Day is devoted to making known to peoples of the world the aims and achievements of the United Nations Organization, a part of the United Nations week, which runs from 20 to 26 October. It marks the anniversary of the entry into force in 1945 of the UN Charter. In school, the teachers and students take part in this event by traditionally wearing different costumes for every country while holding a flag that a student represents.
In the above photo, you will see the United Nations costume for boys. From left to right are United Nations costume ideas for Mr. Thailand, Mr. China, Mr. Spain, and Mr. United Kingdom. See how happy these kids are wearing their United Nations costume.
For the United Nations costume for girls, it is cute to consider the costumes in the above photo. From left to right, the United Nations costume ideas are for Miss Egypt, Miss Australia, and Miss Russia.
Now that you have costume ideas for the United Nations Day event, next is where to buy and what matches well with your kid’s personality. Here in the Philippines, you can simply buy United Costumes for kids at the mall but it is a bit pricey. If you wanted an affordable costume for your kids then you can buy at a popular bargain haven at Divisoria, Quiapo, Baclaran, or even in small stalls or tiangge in mall like Victory mall in Caloocan City. I bought my son’s United Nations costume for kids at Victory mall and it really cost cheap. Some parent prefer to rent the United Nations costume from a boutique while some prefer to create create their own costume. Just make sure that you child is comfortable in wearing the costume that you will buy to avoid skin irritations and moody attitude complaining about discomfort from their costume.
The photos in this post are the pictures that I personally took when my son participated the United Nations Day parade at St. Immaculate Tutorial and Learning Services in Caloocan City. The students in United Nations costume are my son’s classmate during that time.