Halloween Safety

Updated: 9/17/2019
Halloween Safety
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Halloween Classroom Activities

Storyboard Description

Halloween Safety guide - create PSA for Halloween safety

Storyboard Text

  • EEP!
  • Trick or Treat with siblings, neighbors, and friends. It is way more fun (and safer) when you are with others!
  • Stay on the sidewalk, or on the left side of the street facing traffic. Always check both ways before crossing the street.
  • Get rid of treats that: • are open • have torn packaging • are homemade from someone you don't know
  • Keep it movin', people!
  • Tips for a Safe Halloween
  • Only stop at houses that have outdoor lights on. Some people do not like to participate in Trick-or-Treating.
  • • Wear bright colors • Carry a flashlight • Wear reflective tape • Carry or wear glowsticks