Children or teens should not have their vision obstructed while they are out in the dark. Paint on your mask, be it a green zombie face or a pretty princess with rosy cheeks, eye shadow and lipstick.
Cute oversized trailing costumes should never be worn outside, especially on a crowded sidewalk of tricksters who might step on the trailing gem to tease or annoy . This type of costume can also be a tripping hazzard while crossing in front of cars or stepping off the sidewalk.
Keeping your child visible is the most important part of Trick or Treating. It is easy to lose them in the dark while they are running from house to house, and you want others, especially those in cars to me aware of them.
Following standard safety rules should be a given bit a reminder here is necessary because on this night children will spot friends across a neighborhood street and excitedly cross to join them without thinking.
Plastic, hard plastic is best, so the bag is in no danger of ripplng with the weight if candy. Buying one test lights up is like carrying a flashlight and can light the path.
By following these simple standard safety rules you will have a safe and happy Halloween. Put reflective tape on, cross at corners, paint on your mask, carry a lit treat bag!
Very important. A friend at work just spent last night in the ER with their grandson. He fell down cement stair from tripping on the costume. His teeth cut up into his upper mouth.
Excellent tips and a must read for parents of trick and treaters!
Very good tips for those kiddies!
These are wonderful tips! RT :-)
I mean, all of the tips are great from the painted face mask to number five. Well done!
Helpful tips for all the trick or treaters out there, Thanks!
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