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Oct 27th, 2015

7 Resources to Help Ensure this Halloween is a Safe and Hauntingly Good Time!

by Guest Author

Category: Articles, Information & Tips on Parenting

Attention, Ghosts and Ghouls! All of us at EducatorLabs simply love Halloween, which is why we wanted to share some reminders that will help ensure everyone's safety when the witching hour approaches.

As fun as the festivities are, there are many traditions that can turn into dangerous situations if proper safety precautions aren't taken. But there's no need to be spooked by the celebrations that make All Hallows Eve one of the most magical days of the year. In fact, there are lots of actions we can take to keep Halloween fun and safe for everyone!

Halloween Food Safety Tips for Parents
Checking out the safety of your children's edible goodies may not be the most exciting Halloween tradition, but it's still an important one!

Don't Let Your Child be the "Invisible Kid" this Halloween
Costumes that are too dark or loose and those that inhibit visibility can be extremely dangerous for children to wear while they are trick-or-treating. Instead, opt for light-colored, well-fitted clothing.

Pumpkin Carving Safety
Taking a few safety steps will not only protect your family from injury, but will also result in some pretty bewitching jack-o'-lanterns!

Trick-or-Treating Safety Tips
Everyone's favorite Halloween tradition can be both fun and safe with a little advanced planning.

Halloween Safety for Yard Haunts
Creating a spooky yard to greet your ghostly guests is a festive way to celebrate the season!

7 Halloween Safety Tips for Dogs
Halloween can be a scary time for dogs, and can even be dangerous if they get a hold of any seasonal treats that are hazardous to their health.

Don't Make Halloween a Nightmare: Follow these Driving Safety Tips
There are many more pedestrians than usual out and about on this night, and being aware of them while behind the wheel can be lifesaving.

We hope this information will help you enjoy a very spooktacular Halloween!

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