Teachers World book day costume ideas

Teachers World book day costume ideas


We love giving inspiration to Teachers as there is so much option but not everyone knows! Below will be the top 4 Teacher ideas for World book day, and dont you worry we have styles to suit everyones need! 

We understand that teachers have to come up with the most creative costume to give a great example to the students so here we have it!



Relive your favourite childhood fairy tales and dress up with one of our costumes inspired by some of the most popular fairy tales. You’ll definitely fill your students’ day with magic wearing the Deck of Cards, Princess Snow, Mad Hatter and other fairy tale costumes.



We love this quick and easy but effective costume idea for World Book Day. You’ll definitely stand out from the crowd wearing one of our officially licensed Where’s Wally costumes.

Where’s Wally has been entertaining children for over 30 years in his classic red and white stripes. He’s been pretty much everywhere, travelling through time and space! You can either dress up as Wally, his friend Wenda or his nemesis Odlaw in our official costumes. For families looking for a group costume, we also have children’s costumes for Wally and Wenda.



For as long as anyone can remember, Animal costumes have always been a long-standing tradition in fancy dress. From the plays and pantomimes of the early 19th century to modern day movies and fancy dress parties, dressing up as Animals has always provided a certain attraction to adults and children alike. An animal costume's ability to suit all styles and personalities has meant that anyone can find an Animal for them. Whether you want to be scary like a Shark, look like a Lion or everything or anything in-between you can.


Our historical costumes will transport you back in time to different centuries. You can become a Roman gladiator or a Greek goddess with one of our Greek costumes. You can also travel back to middle ages by dressing up as maids and knights or even queens and kings.



Very helpful, will share this on
Comment by Sue on 7th February 2018

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