Halloween Traditions and Safety Tips Costumes вЂў Halloween is a fun holiday. вЂў It is on October 31. вЂў Children wear funny or scary costumes on this special holiday. Trick or Treating вЂў Trick-or-treating is a popular Halloween tradition. вЂў Children knock on doors and say вЂњTrick or treat!вЂќ вЂў People give them candy. Be Safe Together вЂў Trick-or-treaters should walk with a friend or an adult. вЂў They shouldnвЂ™t eat any candy until their parents have checked it for poison and razor blades. Carry a Flashlight вЂў Trick-or-treaters should carry a flashlight so cars can see them. вЂў They should look both ways before they cross the street. No Weapons вЂў Children should not carry dangerous weapons on Halloween. вЂў This pirate is carrying a blunt plastic sword. Clear Vision вЂў Children should be able to see clearly in all directions when wearing their costumes. вЂў Costumes should not be too long or they might trip. Baskets or Bags вЂў Children need a basket, bag, or pillowcase to carry their Halloween candy. вЂў These girls are carrying orange jacko-lantern baskets. Vampire вЂў This teenager is dressed like a vampire. вЂў 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 вЂў Bobbing for apples is a popular game at Halloween parties. вЂў Players try to bite an apple and take it out of a bucket of water without using their hands. Costumes at Work вЂў Some adults wear costumes at work. вЂў This office worker is dressed like a witch. Company Party вЂў These adults like Halloween, too. вЂў They are at a company party. вЂў They are having fun. The End ESL Website: www.elcivics.com Happy Halloween!