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Halloween Safety Tips
Kris Boulton Phone: (501) 303-5672Email: email@example.com
Connect with Saline County FCS agent Kris Boulton.
When children dress up as their favorite superhero, princess or goblin, they likely
have one thing on their mind: trick-or-treating and filling their candy container
to the brim.
During trick or treating, adults know there’s more to celebrating than choosing a
costume and ringing neighborhood doorbells. Taking precautions ensures Halloween is
both fun and safe.
The costume is the main attraction at Halloween. Whether children choose to be a ghost,
a superhero or another favorite character, making sure the costume is safe is essential.
Before parents or older siblings take children to trick-or-treat, talk to them about
It’s important children understand that while Halloween is fun and exciting, it’s
also a time to be especially cautious. Children are often in a hurry when they’re
excited to get from one house to another, so it’s vital to instill the importance
of safety rules, especially as it begins to get dark.
Discuss all the safety rules for children who are trick-or-treating, but there also
are guidelines parents need to keep in mind for themselves. The most common type of
accident on Halloween is pedestrian injury.
Trick or Treating can be a fun time for children and parents. Following these tips
will help ensure everyone stays safe.