Halloween : Halloween Traditions and Safety Tips Costumes: 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 Trick-or-treating is a popular Halloween tradition.
Children knock on doors and say “Trick or treat!”
People give them candy. Be Safe Together: 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: 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: No Weapons Children should not carry dangerous weapons on Halloween.
This pirate is carrying a blunt plastic sword. Clear Vision: 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: Baskets or Bags Children need a basket, bag, or pillowcase to carry their Halloween candy.
These girls are carrying orange jack-o-lantern baskets. Vampire: Vampire This teenager is dressed like a vampire.
He is carrying a bag for candy. Party Invitation: 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 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: Costumes at Work Some adults wear costumes at work.
This office worker is dressed like a witch.
Company Party: Company Party These adults like Halloween, too.
They are at a company party.
They are having fun. The End: The End ESL Website: www.elcivics.com Happy