Children’s Astronaut Space Costume Space Pretend Dress Up Role Play Set for Kids Cosplay Ages 4-7
Authentic look and feel the part of a real astronaut. The astronaut costume set includes astronaut jumpsuit, gloves, and shiny helmet.
Quality construction both inside and out. Machine washable, please wash inside out for best results. Use over and over again so your kids will outgrow this before they wear it out.
Great way to keep your little one busy as he uses his imagination as soar to every planet. Suitable for both boys and Girls
This Astronaut set is so cute and looks just like the real thing! Perfect for Pre K Classrooms, Pretend Play and Dress up Parties
This adorable astronaut helmet is made of comfortable material, One Size Fits Most. Ideal for average sizes 4 – 7
Houston, we have a costume! Kids will be over the moon when they get to step into the jumpsuit, slip on the stretchy gloves, and top it all off with the shiny helmet! More than a seasonal costume, this beautifully designed role-play astronaut costume set is made of top-quality materials and built to last through countless adventures and year-round imaginative play. It can be worn every day and still stay looking great thanks to washable fabrics and durable construction, and it’s sized to fit children ages 4–7 —so children can keep enjoying it year after year. This durable role-play set is suitable for ages 3 to 6 and ready for any mission, whether it’s piloting an imaginary rocket, exploring the distant galaxies at the other end of the house, or just striding dramatically toward your spaceship. Meticulous, mom- and kid-tested design means every piece is also easy to put on, comfortable to wear, and perfect for playtime. With thoughtful details designed for the way children play, this astronaut role-play set inspire adventures galore. Clever accessories add to the fun, so children don’t just dress the part — they are inspired to act out a role as they draw inspiration from the set itself and fire up their own imaginations. While creating unique narratives and pretend-play situations, children are also practicing key social skills, such as understanding and accepting different perspectives, trying out new vocabulary and dialog, and anticipating outcomes for the different storyline they create.