Halloween Safety -Halloween Safety Tips for Kids

HubMob Weekly Topic: Halloween Safety
HubMob Weekly Topic: Halloween Safety

Have a memorable Halloween with Kids

The time has come to have fun. Halloween is nothing but fun. Kids love this part of the year as they not only can have fun but also do pranks and tricks to scare and surprise everyone. From collecting free candies to dressing up, it’s just fun, fun and only fun. To keep the enjoyment, one needs to be really safe and careful. So, give your kids a memorable Halloween with the right safety tips for the kids. During this time, one needs to be more alert while having fun. Be responsible and give your kids a safe and wonderful experience which stays in their heart for ever.

Safety tips for kids in general

Make sure to clean the house, remove things that will be an obstacle for the kids and keep the whole house fully lit. Make use of the artificial lights instead of using candles. Don’t let your kids go out alone, either give him or her Halloween buddy or accompany your kid wherever he or she goes.

Costume Safety Tips for Kids


Now, when it comes to Halloween, the first and foremost thing you should look into is the costume. Costume safety tips for kids are more essential. Don’t go for lengthy costumes for your kids as there are chances of their tripping. Make sure the costume has a reflective strip, so that it is visible in the dark. When you purchase the costume, check for the flame retardant label and if it is a homemade costume, you can use the flame retardant spray all over the costume. Also, make sure the costume has an identification tag attached to it. Avoid face masks as it may cause difficulty in breathing; so instead use face paints.

Trick-o-treat safety tips for kids

When the kid goes for trick-o-treat, make sure an adult accompanies him or her. If older, the kids can do trick-o-treating in the neighborhoods in large number of groups. While go for a trick-o-treating, make sure the kid carries a flashlight. See to that the kids go to the houses they are familiar and fully lit. Making use of these safety tips for kids will make the trick-o-treat a special one. The kids should follow the traffic rules and cross the road carefully. If you are a parent who is taking your kid out then drive slowly.

Candy safety tips for kids

Make sure that you fill your kid’s stomach before he or she goes out so that they won’t munch on everything they get. Give instructions to your kid that he or she should bring all the candies homes so that it is thoroughly inspected before eating. Tell them they should not eat with showing the candies to you. Candy safety tips for kids are really essential as there are lots of chances in misusing it. Moreover, instruct your kid not to take anything which does not have a commercial label on it. Even clean the fruits and cut it before they eat it.

Halloween Safety For Kids

Making use of these safety tips for kids, your kid is sure to have a wonderful time and an everlasting memory.

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PierrePierre 6 years ago

Great advices!


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Pinkchic18 6 years ago from Minnesota

These are really good tips. I especially agree with the flashlight, that's a great idea then you can see where they are and they can see where they're going!


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Rpenafiel 5 years ago from United States

Great tips! Ensuring the safety of children when trick-or-treating is way too important, really. This way, everyone’s peace of mind and enjoyment will be secured. I actually wrote a content about this matter, too. http://hubpages.com/family/Tips-to-Keep-Your-Kids-...


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CriadoLawGroup 4 years ago from Austin, Texas

Thanks for sharing these very practical Halloween safety tips for kid!. When trick or treating, I would like to add that the adults should also know how to deal in situations when dogs are present in some of the houses they'll visit. This way, the possibility of dog bites will be prevented. This hub I wrote specifically tackled this matter: http://hubpages.com/holidays/Dog-Attack-Safety-Tip...


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Kevin Peter 3 years ago from Global Citizen Author

Hi Rpenafiel and CriadoLawGroup,

Thanks for your supportive comments. I will read your hubs on this topic as soon as possible.


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Rpenafiel 3 years ago from United States

Thanks Kevin! And keep posting interesting and informative hubs, I just followed you. :)


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Kevin Peter 3 years ago from Global Citizen Author

Hi Rpenafiel,

I am glad that you send a comment that is very supportive. Thanks a lot.

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