Presentation on theme: "Halloween Traditions and Safety Tips. Costumes Halloween is a fun holiday. It is on October 31. Children wear funny or scary costumes on this special."— Presentation transcript:
Halloween Traditions and Safety Tips
Costumes Halloween is a fun holiday. It is on October 31. Children wear funny or scary costumes on this special holiday.
Trick or Treating Trick-or-treating is a popular Halloween tradition. Children knock on doors and say “Trick or treat!” People give them candy.
Be Safe Together Trick-or-treaters should walk with a friend or an adult. Parents need to check the candy (to make sure it is safe to eat)
Carry a Flashlight Trick-or-treaters should carry a flashlight so cars can see them. They should look both ways before they cross the street.
Clear Vision Children should be able to see clearly in all directions when wearing their costumes. Costumes should not be too long or they might trip.
Baskets or Bags Children need a basket, bag, or pillowcase to carry their Halloween candy. These girls are carrying orange containers that look like jack-o-lanterns.
Vampire This teenager is dressed like a vampire. He is carrying a bag for candy.
People like to have parties… Halloween Party When: Oct. 31 Time: 7:30 P.M. Where: Our House! Invitation
Bobbing for Apples It is fun to bob for apples. It is a popular game at Halloween parties. Players try to bite an apple and take it out of a bucket of water without using their hands.
Costumes at Work Some adults wear costumes at work. This office worker is dressed like a witch.
Company Party These adults like Halloween, too. They are at a company party. They are having fun.
How about YOU? Are you going to dress up for Halloween? Are your children going to dress up? Maybe…you are going to be with your grandchildren?
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