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As October moves along, we are getting close to Halloween! Before you send your ghouls and goblins out for trick or treating, check out these safety tips to make sure everyone is protected, while having fun!
When you’re choosing your costume, make sure you choose something that won’t trip you up. Long and billowing costumes may look really great but can be dangerous. If you’ve decided to go the homemade route, choose materials that won’t catch fire easily. Look for pieces that are labelled “fire-resistant”. And remember; “fire-resistant” doesn’t mean “fireproof”.
If your costume has a mask, make sure the eye holes are big enough for you to see safely. If you can, use makeup or face paint instead. That is best because masks can restrict vision, breathing, and movement. Just ask Batman.
Also, consider the colour of your costume. While no one is telling you to not be Batman, his costume is dark, which makes it hard to see. A brightly coloured costume made from a fire-resistant material works best for Halloween.
Trick or Treating
In addition to brightly coloured costumes, flashlights, and glow sticks are very useful for trick or treaters on Halloween night.
Halloween is also a great time to practise road safety. It’s best to trick or treat on one side of the street and make sure to only cross the street at crosswalks and intersections.
In case of emergency, make a plan with your parents on how to contact them if an emergency happens!
Make sure your home is safe for trick or treaters as well! Help your parents clear your entryway of anything that could trip up other kids as they visit you.
At the end of the night, you’re going to be excited to rip into your loot. Before you do, inspect everything closely. Throw out anything that isn’t wrapped, and anything in a ripped or torn package. Anything that has small holes in it should be thrown out as well.
And make sure to say thank you for your treats!
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