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Trick or
Treating
on Halloween
A Social Story by
Lisa Barrett Mann, M.S.Ed.
Trick or Treating
 On Halloween,
some children go
trick-or-treating. It
can be a lot of fun
to dress up in a
costume and ...
 If I go trick-or-
treating with other
kids, we will
probably run up to
each house all
together.
Other Kids
Ringing the Doorbell
 Sometimes I will get
to ring the doorbell.
 Sometimes another
kid will get to.
 Giving other kids...
Here are my steps for
trick-or-treating.
1. One of us rings the
doorbell.
2. When someone
answers, I will
– Look at their ...
Being Friendly
 People who answer
the door may say
something to me.
They may even
pretend to be afraid
of me.
 Theyre ju...
Friendly Answers
 This is how I’ll be
nice back:
– If someone asks
me a question, I
will answer it
politely.
What are you...
Friendly Answers
– If she says
something
about my
costume, I will
smile or say
something nice
in return.
Great
costume!
Th...
Friendly Answers
– If someone says
something I don’t
understand, I can
just smile.
Ooh, looks
like a
sinister specter!
??
Different People Give Out
Treats in Different Ways.
That’s okay.
 Here’s what I will
do:
– If they hold out a
bowl of can...
Getting Candy
 If they hold out a
treat, I will open
my Halloween bag
and let them drop it
in.
Getting Candy
 If they ask me which
kind of treat I want, I
will answer them
quickly and say
“please.”
(If I can’t decide...
Don’t Forget to Say
Thanks!
 After I get the treat, I
will say “Thank you.”
That makes
grownups feel happy.
 I can also ...
Let Mom or Dad Check
 I will not eat any
treats until my
parents have
checked them and
said they’re okay.
Trick or Treating can be
lots of fun! Especially now
that I know what to
expect!
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  1. 1. Trick or Treating on Halloween A Social Story by Lisa Barrett Mann, M.S.Ed.
  2. 2. Trick or Treating  On Halloween, some children go trick-or-treating. It can be a lot of fun to dress up in a costume and go from house to house.
  3. 3.  If I go trick-or- treating with other kids, we will probably run up to each house all together. Other Kids
  4. 4. Ringing the Doorbell  Sometimes I will get to ring the doorbell.  Sometimes another kid will get to.  Giving other kids a chance to ring the doorbell shows that I want them to have fun, too!
  5. 5. Here are my steps for trick-or-treating. 1. One of us rings the doorbell. 2. When someone answers, I will – Look at their face – Smile, – Say “Trick-or- Treat!” Trick or Treat!
  6. 6. Being Friendly  People who answer the door may say something to me. They may even pretend to be afraid of me.  Theyre just trying to be friendly, which is really nice of them. Ooh, a ghost! I’m scared!
  7. 7. Friendly Answers  This is how I’ll be nice back: – If someone asks me a question, I will answer it politely. What are you supposed to be? I’m a ghost!
  8. 8. Friendly Answers – If she says something about my costume, I will smile or say something nice in return. Great costume! Thanks!
  9. 9. Friendly Answers – If someone says something I don’t understand, I can just smile. Ooh, looks like a sinister specter! ??
  10. 10. Different People Give Out Treats in Different Ways. That’s okay.  Here’s what I will do: – If they hold out a bowl of candy to me, I will quickly choose only one piece (unless they tell me to take more.)
  11. 11. Getting Candy  If they hold out a treat, I will open my Halloween bag and let them drop it in.
  12. 12. Getting Candy  If they ask me which kind of treat I want, I will answer them quickly and say “please.” (If I can’t decide, I can say “Could you pick for me?”) The Hershey bar, please! Which kind would you like?
  13. 13. Don’t Forget to Say Thanks!  After I get the treat, I will say “Thank you.” That makes grownups feel happy.  I can also say “Happy Halloween,” if I want to.  Then I will leave for the next house Thank you!! Happy Halloween!
  14. 14. Let Mom or Dad Check  I will not eat any treats until my parents have checked them and said they’re okay.
  15. 15. Trick or Treating can be lots of fun! Especially now that I know what to expect!

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