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Hey kids! Check out these Halloween safety tips with your parents and have a fun and safe Halloween!
My costume fits: Baggy sleeves or billowy capes and skirts can trip you up and catch fire if they brush against jack-o-lanterns or candle flames.
My shoes fit: Big, floppy shoes (clown shoes, adult shoes)—that are hard to walk in may make you fall.
My costume props are flexible: Costume props can hurt you badly if you fall. Make sure swords, knives, etc. are made of flexible plastic or rubber.
The eyeholes in my mask are wide enough: Make sure your mask fits properly and the eye holes allow you to see fully. Don't wear a mask that is too loose; it can slip and block your vision. Even better, paint your face instead of wearing a mask.
Drivers can see my costume in the dark: Be original with a glow-in-the-dark costume: Jazz up your costume by attaching some retro reflective tape and stickers.
Trick-or-treating in a group: Don't go it alone while trick-or-treating. Kids, if you're under age 13, make sure you go with an adult. Older kids should always go with buddies.
Cross streets at crosswalks and intersections: Stop at street corners. Look left, right and left again before crossing and don't cross between parked cars! Remember, never step into the street without looking to see if a vehicle is coming.
Make sure my parents check my treats before I eat them: Pick only wrapped candy when you trick-or-treat. Ask your parents to check all treats to make sure they are safe
Motorist are reminded to slow down in residential neighborhood, obey all traffic control signs, and enter/exit driveways carefully.
By following these simple safety rules, Halloween night can be a real treat for the whole family.