Halloween Tips and Treats!
Halloween can be a fun night for kids and adults alike.
Try these tips for a safe, and memorable night you can feel good about when the night is over.
Walking your trick-or-treaters?
Feed them a healthy dinner first, so they do not over indulge on sweets.
Do not forget your flashlights, water bottles, umbrellas, comfortable walking shoes and cell phone.
Handing out treats?
With a few alternatives, you can switch out overly sugary candy for equally neat treats.
Fun Size Orange & Black Play-Dough
Small Brew of Bubbles
Tricky Temporary Tattoos
Plastic Spider Rings
Water Bottles for Thirsty Walkers
Grueling Granola Bars
Jack-O-Lantern Juice Boxes
Frightening Finger Puppets
Petrifying Pouches of Popcorn
Candy for a Cause!
Finally, check with your local dentist or orthodontist office to see if they are having candy buybacks.
Many will offer money in exchange for your excess candy.
For every pound of candy a child brings in, some may reimburse the child $1.