Tips To Make Halloween Trick-Free


by Cherie Ward, Our Mississippi Home

It’s that enchanting time of year again.

Kids love everything magical that floats in with the month of October and Halloween.

Plans for trick-or-treating, parties, haunted houses, costumes, jack-o’-lanterns, and candy all become top priorities in many households and schools.

However, for parents, teachers, and community leaders, this fun can also bring more than its share of safety concerns.

This year, make sure Halloween is trick-free.


Attach light-reflecting tape to costumes, shoes, candy bags, or buckets to catch drivers’ eyes. This is especially critical if your costume is dark in color. Glow-in-the-dark sticks, bracelets, and necklaces are especially fun this time of year. Also, be sure to follow all traffic laws in crosswalks, and look both ways…

This article first appeared on Our Mississippi Home.

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