I received NiteIze LED Safety Lights in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own
The weather is crisp, the leaves are changing colors, store shelves are piles with treats and costumes fill the aisles. Halloween is just around the corner. We’re still working on costumes, but I know my first priority is keeping my children safe this year for the Trick-or-Treat.
NiteIze LED Safety Lights have me covered. My kiddos already think they are awesome and I know that they will draw a little more attention to the kiddos in the cloak of night.
We absolutely love NiteIze. Bailey Mae wears the ClipLit on her leash when we go for our evening walk. It draws attention to the road where motorists can see her or at least be aware of something. Both of my children love the ClipLit on their backpacks and winter jackets.
Hands down though, the SlapLit is by far the favorite. Remember those slap bracelets that were popular in the 1990s? NiteIze takes that concept and adds an LED to make a solid glow bracelet, or click again and flaunt the blinking bracelet…either one is sure to make you the star of the show!
NiteIze has some fun products that will add fun to safety. They are products that will make your child stand out!
Here are 6 safety tips to keep children safe this Halloween:
#1: Trick or Treating With Supervison
If your child is under the age of 12, please accompany them on their Trick-or-Treat adventure.
#2: Talk Traffic Safety
SafeKids organization states that more kiddos are struck by cars on Halloween than any other night of the year. Before you leave the house, discuss traffic safety like crossing at street corners, looking both ways before stepping off the curb and making eye contact with the driver before crossing in front of a stopped car. These are good rules to live by all the time!
#3: Costume Check
Before going out, make sure your child’s costume is a good fit. Talk about safety if your child has accessories so they understand not to swing it and perhaps injure a child. Add NiteIze ClipLit or SlapLit for additional safety.
#4: Layer Clothing
Fall weather can be tricky. We’ve gone in snow and there’s been a couple of years the kiddos thought a bathing suit would make an excellent costume. Weather can be unpredictable, add some layers to the costume and make sure they have good walking shoes.
#5. Decorate for Safety
Keep the path to your door clear so Trick-or-Treaters can arrive at your door and leave safely. Make sure there is nothing they can trip over, clear debris and think of LEDs (perhaps a ClipLit) for Jack-O-Lantern.
#6: Talk Candy Rules
At our house the Candy Rule is no one eats anything from their bag until we go through it at home. It keeps me aware of their sugar intake and allows me to be the judge of anything suspicious.
Be safe out there and keep your little one safe with these safety tips and NiteIze.