7. Walk on the sidewalks and stay out of the streets.
Only cross at designated crosswalks and intersections. Walk, don’t run on the sidewalks. Even if the streets seem deserted with no cars, stay off the streets.
8. Pack a couple of band-aids and bottled water.
Just in case, have bottled water, a few band-aids, or a portable first aid kit handy. Halloween is a busy night in many neighborhoods across the country, and we are all guilty of getting carried away once in a while. It may not be your kids, but just incase you run into someone else that might need help.
9. Inspect your child’s candy before they eat it.
Make it a rule. No candy eating until you return back home and inspect it. There are treats some children might be allergic to, so make sure to check before they eat their Halloween candy.