1. A told B and B told C ... pinterest.com I'll meet you in class! Chicka Chicka Happy Halloween! 2. Falling Dominoes Facebook: media This group costume is best when the entire school is on board. 3. Turtle Power! Facebook: media With Michelangelo, Donatello, Raphael and Leonardo, all you need is a Master Splinter. 4. The Opposite of Bite-Size Facebook: media Give kids a preview of what they're going to get when they trick-or-treat. 5. See How They Run Facebook: media These Three Blind Mice costumes are clever and comfy. 6. Minions Facebook: media They're everywhere! Personalize your Minion costume to reflect your content area. Teach science? Don safety goggles and carry a rack of test tubes. All about ancient history? Add a toga and carry a scroll. 7. Old-School Facebook: media Puffy paint, black T-shirts and memories of Nintendo and Atari are all you need to re-create your childhood Pacman, Tetris and Pong video games. 8. Rainbow Fish Facebook: media Shiny scales sewn or glued onto an apron instantly turn an outfit into Rainbow Fish. 9. Olivia iwanttobeasuperteacher.blogspot.com Become everyone's favorite storybook pig for Halloween. 10. Bring the Old House in Paris to Life pinterest.com Re-create "twelve little girls in two straight lines" with inspiration from Madeline. 11. The Swamp pinterest.com All you need is a curler, some makeup and a black dress to become the dreaded Viola Swamp. 12. Guess Who! pinterest.com Make this costume even more fun by dressing up as historical or literary characters and having students figure out who you are. Did you fight in the Revolutionary War? Do you have a sidekick named Watson? 13. The Book Fairy pinterest.com An old book transforms into the book fairy with the cover as wings and pages for a skirt. 14. The Jolly Green Giant Facebook: WeAreTeachers Add veggies to Halloween with the Giant. 15. Super-Teachers iwanttobeasuperteacher.blogspot.com Here you come to save the day! This costume can be created quickly by adding a "super" emblem to a white shirt. 16. The Potato Heads d102.org Mix and match mouths, ears and noses throughout the day to get even more out of these costumes. 17. The Classic theberry.com What's an elementary school Halloween without the Frizz? 18. Get Graphing pinterest.com Perhaps the best costume for a math teacher, this calculator costume makes Halloween a great day to introduce sine, cosine and tangent. 19. A Full Forecast imgarcade.com Use butcher paper and posterboard to create a costume for every weather forecast. 20. Cow Pie challanges.jimdo.com This costume adds an additional Pi day into the year (in addition to March 14, that is). 21. Let the Games Begin pinterest.com Come to school as Effie Trinket for a day and keep the odds in your favor. 22. Wowsers! pinkl8dy.tumblr.com This costume allows you to surprise students with gadgets, from the Top Secret Gadgetphone to the Gadget Binoculars. 23. From the Art Bin buzzfeed.com Glue, paint and crayons are just the start of the office supply costumes that you can create (see #30 for another one). 24. A Bad Case of Stripes pinterest.com Dress up as A Bad Case of the Stripes and you can build an entire day around healthy eating instead of candy. 25. Doggone It traceeorman.com Got a white bowl, a white canister and a black Sharpie? Then you've got a Snoopy costume! 26. Halloween Idioms pinterest.com Fill your school with idioms this Halloween. 27. Little Pig, Little Pig pinterest.com These easy storybook-inspired costumes are perfect for a kindergarten teaching team. To mix it up, adapt the costumes to dress up as the fractured fairy tale The True Story of the Three Little Pigs. 28. The Professor Facebook: WeAreTeachers It's a magical day, ProfessorTrelawney. 29. Some Pig pinterest.com Freckles, flannel, a pig and a spider create a memorable E.B. White–inspired costume. 30. College Ruled pinterest.com Paint stripes onto a white outfit and you have the perfect costume for a writing teacher. 31. On the Wall instagram.com The ultimate teacher costume: Create a human word wall.