1. Planning a route in advance
Your kids may walk several streets away from your house when trick and treating, so it is better plan a route in advance for your children in case they get lost.
2. Choosing well-lit area
Avoid walking on dark streets and have your children carry a flashlight to light their ways.
3. Protecting your kids form passing cars
Have the costumes and props of your kids attached with stickers and luminous color to let the drivers see them.
4. Choosing soft and safe props
Choose a prop made by plastic and soft materials so that it will not cause injury to your children or their friends.
5. Do not use masks
Having a mask on can sometimes block the eyes of children wearing it. You can use face paint instead.
6. Do not come back late
Let your kids be informed that they should not go back home too late. Popular trick-or-treating hours are 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
7. Checking all the candies your children got
Ensure all the candy packages are complete and double-check the expiration date in case your kid get sick after this festival.