Prepare Your Kids Before Heading OutRemember that there is safety in numbers. If you have older kids who are going door to door without you on Nike Blue Sweater
Halloween, be sure they travel in small groups, only knock at well lit houses and never Nike T Shirt White go inside houses unless a trusted adult is along.
Amid all the worrying about your own children, it can be too easy to forget about all the other kids who will be traipsing through your yard.
door to door. Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends adding some reflective tape for an extra measure of safety.
If you're driving costumed kids around, make sure they exit the vehicle on the curb side, not on the side facing traffic. Similarly, avoid passing or going around stopped vehicles yourself, as they may be dropping off kids too.
Supervise Younger KidsMany Halloween related injuries can be prevented if parents closely supervise school aged children during trick or treat activities.
As you go door to door, be sure to stick close by your kids. Halloween can be an excitable night Nike Leggings Navy
You should make sure to bring along at least one flashlight for yourself. If your kids balk at carrying their own flashlight, wearable glow lights are a cool, fashionable option they're more likely to embrace.
Lastly, when it comes to swords, knives and similar costume accessories chose ones that are flexible and made of a soft material, not rigid or sharp.
To further limit fire danger from candles and jack o' lanterns, avoid costumes made with flimsy materials and outfits with big, baggy sleeves or billowing skirts.
for even the safest kid, so make sure they know to not dart between cars and to always cross at intersections.
And perhaps the most important tip: Park your mobile devices. Being safe on the roads for Halloween can be tough enough without calling, texting or surfing while driving.
According to a recent study that looked at holiday related pediatric emergency room visits between 1997 and 2006, Halloween is among the top three holidays producing the most ER visits. The single most common Halloween injury was finger/hand injuries, with the majority of those being cuts and broken bones.
Lastly, if you have pets, make sure they are restrained on Halloween so they do not inadvertently jump on or bite a trick or treater.
Make Sure Your Own House Is In OrderThings can get more than a little hectic for parents as Halloween approaches. There are costumes to be bought or made, pumpkins to be procured and carved, candy to be purchased and so much more to be done.
However, if you want to make Halloween even safer, remove traffic and the street from the equation. Consider taking your kids to a local mall or community center for an indoor event or throw your own neighborhood party, complete with decorations, games, a costume contest and, of course, plenty of candy.
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It's equally important to check any decoration lights for safety and be sure not to overload extension cords. Of all the hair raising experiences you could wish for on Halloween, fighting an electrical fire is not one of them.
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Given that texting has practically replaced talking as teens' chosen form of communication, you shouldn't have any trouble convincing them to stash their cell phones in their costume Hey, vampires and zombies need to stay connected too, right? in case of an emergency.
That's the bad news. The good news is most Halloween accidents are easily preventable. With a little thought and preparation, you can make Halloween safety as easy as pie . pumpkin pie, that is.
So, without further ado, here are five tips to keep your little monsters safe and healthy this year while ensuring everybody still has some frightful fun.
It's next to impossible to stop kids from snacking from their treat bags on Halloween, but ideally you want to check their candy before they start eating it. So try to eat dinner early or give them a snack before heading out.
Just like trick or treating children, Halloween's hidden dangers also come in disguise. The major dangers don't come from witches or spirits but rather from falls and pedestrian/car crashes.
Ghosts and goblins may be scary, but the thought of Halloween injuries to trick or treaters is even more frightening.
The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests clearing the porch and front yard of anything a child could trip over, such as garden hoses, toys, bikes and lawn decorations. Also, make sure all walking areas are well lit and that jack o' lanterns are placed away from stairways and landings.
When trick or treaters are going out at night, the worst thing is a mask that restricts their vision, the CPSC says. Parents should consider widening the eye holes on masks or use face paint instead.
Be Extra Careful When DrivingHalloween safety isn't just for the trick or treaters, it's also important for motorists. According to the National Safety Council, most young pedestrian deaths happen at spots other than intersections.
The CPSC also suggests all costumes and accessories such as masks, beards and wigs be flame resistant. And if you are making costumes at home this year, choose inherently flame resistant fabrics, like nylon and polyester.
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