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Halloween Safety Tips For Children

Every year you read at least one article concerning an accident that is Halloween related. Taking a few precautions before hand may help lessen the chance of your child having a Halloween mishap. Halloween safety starts with a safe costume. Also, don't forget your house-bound friends, if you are taking your kids out for Halloween, take them to see a house-bound friend & take a small goody bag. Your friend will appreciate and enjoy.

What To Look For In A Costume
Make Sure Your Little Ones Have Some Halloween 'Stay Safe' Rules If They Do Go Out.

Parents make sure you know your neighbors, for children the following:

Door-to-door Neighborhood Safety Checkpoints.

An alternative to having kids go out trick or treating is a home or a community group party. If you are not having a home party, check out your local church, library, police department or civic associations to see if they are having any Halloween events.

These may seem like a lot of precautions for an evening of Halloween fun but precautions must change with the times. Don't frighten your children unnecessarily with do's and don'ts but do remember - Safety first.

For more information concerning Halloween safety, visit U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission

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