Some safety tips in time for next week with Halloween to consider from the Progressive Agriculture Safety Day blog.
By: Jana L. Davidson, Education Content Specialist for the Progressive Agriculture Foundation
From dressing up like pirates and princesses to ghosts and goblins, Halloween is a fun and exciting time for many children. Each year, children look forward to parties, haunted houses & hayrides, and of course adventuring through the neighborhood, door-to-door in search of candy. Trick or treat dates and times may be different in each town, but one thing that should remain constant is making safety a priority! Here are some safety tips to ensure your child continues to have good memories and enjoy Halloween for years to come.
- Young children should never go trick or treating alone! They should always be accompanied by a parent or a responsible and trusted adult.
- For older children, they should always go trick or treating in groups and stick together at all times. If your child would happen to get lost…
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