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24 Protect Plus | Keep Your Kids Safe This Halloween - Trick Treating Safety Tips


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Keep Your Kids Safe This Halloween - Trick Treating Safety Tips

Keep Your Kids Safe This Halloween - Trick Treating Safety Tips

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  • 1. Trick-or-Treating Safely This Halloween
    Tips from 24 Protect Plus to Keep Your Kids Safe
  • 2. Halloween
    Halloween is a great time — kids and adults alike can have a lot of fun
    But kids tend to get over-excited and throw caution to the wind
    This happens especially during trick-or-treating, when adults may not be around
    24 Protect Plus offers some great tips to keep your child out of harm’s way this Halloween
  • 3. Safety Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe This Halloween from 24 Protect Plus
  • 4. Adult Supervision
    Adult supervision is a must at all times
    Don’t let your kids go trick-or-treating alone — even if it’s just around the block or in your building
    If you can’t go, plan to have some adult supervision by conferring with the parents of your children’s friends
    Some of your neighbors may be having a party, and there’s no way of knowing what kind of crowd they’ll be hosting
    Make sure there’s at least one adult accompanying the kids when they go on their candy-collection mission
  • 5. Plan a Route — and Stick to It
    Plan a route to follow when you go trick-or-treating with a group of children
    Don’t just set out before thinking of the houses that you’ll visit
    Explaining the route to the older kids should be enough
    For the younger ones, draw a route map, and put it in their pockets
    A route plan helps keep everyone in sync and avoids children running amok in excitement
  • 6. The More, the Merrier
    Don’t go trick-or-treating alone
    Make sure that you do so in a group
    Not only is it more safe, it’s also more fun
    The strength in numbers can help keep your kids safer, and kids are also less likely to get into trouble
  • 7. Never Enter a House
    24 Protect Plus suggests that all children should be instructed to never enter someone’s house while trick-or-treating
    Explain to your kids that they are to wait at the door after knocking or ringing the bell
    This is especially important if the house belongs to a stranger
  • 8. Check the Candy
    Many people buy cheap candy todistribute to kids when they come trick-or-treating on Halloween
    Perform a candy check, and get rid of any candies that don’t seem fit for consumption
    There’s no need to go on a “self-tasting” mission
    Just throw away any candy that isn’t in its original wrapper or that looks like it’s been meddled with
  • 9. Halloween Is a Special Time for Kids, and Most Kids Look Forward to It Eagerly
    Keep these tips from 24 Protect Plus in mind, and your kids will have a good time and stay safe too.