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    A Parents How To Trick Or Treat A Parents How To Trick Or Treat Presentation Transcript

    • A Parents Guide To “ Trick or Treating” By: Carla Molina
    • What you will need !!
      • Costumes (preferably a child)
      • Candy bags
      • Flashlights
      • Reflective clothing
      • A preplanned route
      • Buddies system
    • Costumes
      • Safe, reflective costumes
      • Adequate eye-opening
      • Whether appropriate
    • Candy bags/flashlights
      • Candy bag should be age-appropriate
      • Made of durable material
      • Flashlights are important
      • If it’s possible where reflective materials
    • What to do
      • Explain the rules
      • Plan a route
      • Decide on a emergency meeting point
      • Understand candy safety
      • Discuss Manners
    • Explain the rules
      • Explain to the children what is expected of them
      • Where they are to meet in case of an emergency
      • That they are not to eat any of the candy until it is inspected
      • The importance of staying with their buddy
    • Plan a route
      • Keep it simple
      • Familiar area
      • Adequate lighting
    • Emergency meeting point
      • A familiar, safe and easy location to meet
    • Candy safety
      • Explain the dangers
      • Learn to spot tampered packages
      • Take no risk
    • Discuss manners
      • Remember to say “Trick-or-Treat”
      • and thank you
      • Wait your turn
      • Walk on the sidewalk
    • Have fun !!!
        • Halloween comes every year, children have only a few years to enjoy it as it was meant to be to celebrate,
        • So have fun!!