Presentation on theme: "Halloween Safety. Introduction Halloween can be fun. Here are some tips to help keep you safe."— Presentation transcript:
Introduction Halloween can be fun. Here are some tips to help keep you safe.
Trick or Treat At your age, you need to be with a responsible adult.
Masks Eye holes should be large enough so you can see in front and to the sides. It should fit properly.
Make-up Great choice!
Flashlight Try to have at least one person in your group carry a flashlight.
Lights Be sure to go to houses that have the lights on and are welcoming.
Stay outside Stay outside of houses when trick or treating.
Costumes Should be reflective or with bright colours and be fire resistant.
Costumes They should be short enough so that you can walk safely.
Costumes Make sure you are warm enough. Put clothes underneath if you are cold.
Traffic Walk on the sidewalk, driveways and be very careful on the street.
Crossing the Street Walk on one side of the street and then cross to the other side.
Candy Wait until you get home to have an adult check your candy.
Need Help? Family Police Officer Fire Fighter Paramedic Bus Driver Friend’s parent Hospital Roger’s Pumpkin Patrol
Questions 1. Listen to the statement. 2. If you think the answer is “Yes”, show me “Yes” side of the card. 3. If you think that it is “No”, show me “No” side of the card. 4. Please keep your eyes on your own cards.
#1 This is a safe mask to wear on Halloween.
#2 These children are old enough to go trick or treating alone.
#3 It is important to get a responsible adult to check your candy when you get home.
#4 It is a good idea to trick or treat at this house.
#5 Make sure that it is safe before crossing the street.
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Happy Halloween! Have a great time and be sure to be safe!