Rehearse going door-to-door at home to ensure little ones are comfortable the night of. Reward them for saying “Thank You” with their favorite gizmos and fidgets instead of the typical sweet treats. You can also do this for actual trick-or-treaters who knock on your door.
START THE NIGHT OFF WITH A FULL BELLY
A hearty, well-balanced meal before an evening of trick-or-treating will give children the energy they will need to hit the town. This fun character feeding placemat may even match their costume!
Make a game out of going door-to-door by counting steps using a pedometer. Prepare an exciting prize for those with the most steps, giving little ones something to look forward to by night’s end. Parents can even compete against one another.
COME ONE, COME ALL
Children of all abilities deserve a night of fun- having the right mobility device makes that possible! Be sure to choose a system that adjusts to their level of comfort and support and is easy to maneuver on any terrain.
BRIGHTEN THEIR NIGHT
Ensure safety by walking through well-lit common areas or neighborhoods. Should your festivities surpass sunset, be sure to light up their night with illuminating sensory balls (and flashlights, of course).