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Ideas For Halloween: Check Out Our Favorite Costumes For Kids!

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KHQ.COM - Halloween is right around the corner and if you have kids, one of the biggest questions on your child's mind right now is probably: "What should I be for Halloween?"

With such a challenging and important question at hand...we at KHQ wanted to give you and your kids some creative suggestions for costumes. Here are some of our favorites.

If you have a picture of a great costume we have left out and you think we should add it to our slideshow, send it to Pix@khq.com or upload it to our Facebook wall.

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