Trick-or-Treat tips from Red Stick Mom’s Blog

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The Red Stick Mom’s Blog shares tips and tricks for a safe and fun Halloween. 

Erika Poole with the Red Stick Mom’s Blog suggest following these safety tips when out trick-or-treating. 

  1. Trick-or-treat during designated hours 
  2. Be visible (Glow sticks, light up shoes, flashlights) 
  3. Never go alone
  4. Follow all traffic rules 
  5. Knock on doors that you know
  6. Don’t go inside of homes
  7. Stay on track
  8. Say No! (Stranger danger is important no matter how old your kids are, especially when trick-or-treating)

Poole also suggest participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project. This project focuses on inclusion for Trick-o-Treaters that have food allergies.

There are many children that have an allergy, so this is a great way to include every child. Poole said you can paint or decorate your teal pumpkin or buy one at a local store. Poole said while buying candy also pick up stickers, bubbles, glow sticks or other non-food items. 

You can learn more about the Teal Pumpkin Project here. 

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