Halloween Safety Tips


Happy Halloween all!

If you’re going trick or treating, please observe (and share with your kids) the following safety tips.


  • Carry/use a flashlight.

  • If not with your parent, trick or treat in groups of three or more.

  • Take a cell phone in case you need to call home.

  • Do not enter an unfamiliar home.

  • Don't get into a car with a stranger.

  • Walk, don't run in the street.

  • Stay on sidewalks whenever possible. If there's no sidewalk, walk on the left side of the road facing traffic.

  • Obey traffic signals.

  • Stay in familiar neighborhoods.

  • Don't cut across yards or driveways.

  • Wear a watch you can read in the dark (illuminates).

  • Make sure costumes don't drag on the ground.

  • Avoid wearing masks that are hard to see through when walking from around.

  • Wear clothing with reflective markings or tape.

  • Approach houses that are lit only.

  • Stay away from and don't try to pet animals you don't know.

  • Don't eat any candy until your parents have inspected the wrappers.


It is always recommended that a parent or trusted adult go trick or treating with your children. If you cannot, it is your responsibility to teach them safety techniques and strategies. If you want help message me, I'm here to help.



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Until next time, Stay Safe!

Lawrence Castanon

Author, The Short Fight

@theshortfight





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