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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.
• They shouldn’t eat
any candy until their
parents have checked
it for poison and razor
blades.
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.
No Weapons
• Children should not
carry dangerous
weapons on
Halloween.
• This pirate is carrying
a blunt plastic sword.
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 jacko-lantern baskets.
Vampire
• This teenager is
dressed like a
vampire.
• He is carrying a bag
for candy.
Party Invitation
Halloween Party
When: Oct. 31
Time: 7:30 P.M.
Where: 1234 Main Street
Westminster, CA 92683
Bobbing for Apples
• Bobbing for apples 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.
The End
ESL Website: www.elcivics.com
Happy
Halloween!
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