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13 thoughts on “Halloween Safety Tips for Parents #trickortreat #halloween”

  1. There is so much great info in the graphic. Thanks for sharing it. I love Halloween so much but I know so much bad can also happen at the same time.

  2. I love Halloween and seeing all the costumes. My husband and I took turns taking my daughter out while the other handed out candy that way we knew that my daughter was having a fun yet safe night.

  3. I think eating before you head out is a great tip. y kids would eat all of their candy if they didn’t.

  4. I love these tips. I’m definitely going to use these suggestions especially planning the route. Last year we went to a few neighborhoods and hardly anyone participated!

  5. Those are great tips! I think eating before you go is crucial then you aren’t worrying about the kids trying to eat the candy that they pick up before you can inspect it.

  6. This really helpful, especially when I have four kids I’m taking out. We get so caught up in the fun that sometimes we forget the safety – great reminder!

  7. Great tips!! We always make sure to gov over our rules before leaving the house and stress sticking together.

  8. It is so strange but in our area trick or treating is not a big thing. We get no trick or treaters but there are lots of kiddie parties!

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