Halloween Safety: Enjoy Your Safe Candy

No one wants to think that anything could be wrong with their children’s candy that they have gathered Halloween night, but you never know. It is so important that we let our children know about candy safety during this Halloween season. Here are some good tips that I’ve been able to gather and share with my children.

Enjoy safe candy and lots of it

Enjoy safe candy and lots of it

Make sure your children don’t eat any of their candy until you can examine it safely at home. Most parents don’t want to take the time examining every piece of candy that their child has gathered, but we always need to be cautious and think of safety first.

Make sure that all the candy is safely wrapped. If it looks like it has loose wrapping or that it has been tampered with at all, throw it out. If it has an opened wrapper or if it has just a little piece of it opened, throw it out.

Know where your candy comes from. Only go to those homes of people you know and trust. There are still a lot of people who give out homemade items, but it is smart only to eat these when you are good friends with them.

If anything has even a slightly different taste spit it out. You don’t want to take any chances. Some people save candy from year to year and some can even go bad, and you don’t want to take a chance with old candy.

It is also important that we place limits on how much candy our children eat. The worst is for them to eat too much and not feel well for the next couple days.

Let them know how much they can eat on a daily bases. It isn’t very healthy if we let our children eat their candy all day every day till it is gone. They will experience dramatic sugar highs and lows and won’t sleep as well.

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