LIFESTYLE: Halloween is one of the most exciting nights in the year, especially for children. It’s easy to forget about the practical safety precautions that we take every day.
These safety precautions will ensure that your Halloween night is safe and fun.
Watch where you walk.
Be sure to use sidewalks and low-traffic areas.
Don’t let them go it alone.
It’s best to accompany children under 12 while trick-or-treating.
Practice proper costume safety.
You should avoid wearing anything black or hooded. Instead, you can put reflective or glow-in the-dark paint on bags or costumes. For extra visibility, you can add glow sticks to the costume or keep them in your hand.
Comfortable shoes are essential, as well as trip-proof clothing.
Avoid harmful paints and materials.
Face paint is better than a mask because it can impair your child’s vision. However, if it contains harmful chemicals, you should leave it at the shop.
Peak trick-or-treating hours are from 5: 30 p.m. to 9: 30 p.m. Drive slowly through residential areas, and be cautious during those times.
This tip is obvious, but make sure your child checks the candy before he/she eats it. Also, be sure to throw out any wrappers or other items that might have been altered.
“Stranger danger” rules still apply.
Even if you are only trick-or treating in your local neighborhood, remind your child that stranger rules still apply. Also, never enter a home without permission.
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