All across the country at Halloween, people are out on the streets, greeting and talking to each other and building relationships, although this year might look a little different. As parents we will have to talk to and explain to our children why this year will be different and mention that although it is different we can continue to be a part of our community. This is a great time to help your children feel a part of the community and learn to be a good neighbor.
Help your child practice being a good neighbor during Halloween with these reminders:
- Greet each other.
- Say thank you.
- Respect people’s property.
- Look for the light.
- Don’t take more than what you’re offered.
- Be a helper.
- Continue to take safety measures.
You can find additional resources at pbs.org/parents, a trusted PBS source.
KLRN wishes your families a Safe Fall Season.
KLRN Education Team