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Always use common sense.
Eat a good dinner before trick or treating so you will not be so
tempted to eat candy before having an adult examine it.
Young children should always
go trick-or-treating with an adult.
trick-or-treat alone. Have at least 2 buddies go with you.
Plan your entire route and make sure your family knows what it
Make sure that you are wearing a flame retardant costume.
Wait until you get home and your parents check your candy before
you eat it.
Be very cautious of strangers.
Accept treats only in the doorway. Never go inside a house.
Be sure and say thank you for your treats.
Don't play near lit jack-o-lanterns.
Visit only houses where the lights are on.
Walk, Do not run.
Walk on sidewalks and driveways.
Cross the street at the corner or in a crosswalk.
Take a cellular phone with you if possible.
Wear a watch.
Carry a flashlight.
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