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Welcome to Miss Elizabeth's Web Page on Halloween Safety

Instructions:

Click on the image of the three ghosts to go to the web sites necessary to find the answers. Once you're done looking the page over, come back and read the questions carefully. Pick the best answer.

Remember to take the quiz and print out the award at the end of the Halloween Safety Game site to show off to your friends and family!

**To check if your answer is right or wrong, click on the arrow beside the word "ANSWER". **


button  The Halloween Safety Game

  • If you encounter something that hasn’t been discussed by your parents, guardians, or teacher, your best bet is to ask your parents or an adult you know and trust for advise .

    a. True
    b. False



  • Before Halloween night, you should have created a _______ and have shared it with your parents so they will know where you are at all times.

    a. mask
    b. route
    c. costume



  • As you’re trick-or-treating, you come upon a house that is on your route, but is not __________. You should knock on the door anyway.

    a. decorated
    b. beautiful
    c. welcoming
    d. brightly lit



  • You should never play around lit jack-o-lanterns, candles, or any decoration that uses fire in some form.

    a. True
    b. False



  • A kindly looking woman tells you to come inside her home for your candy. You should go inside because she does not look as if she would harm you.

    a. True
    b. False

                                            

      button   Hershey's Safety Quiz

  • The night before Halloween, you try on your costume. One of the first things you should check to see is if it short enough that you won’t _________

    a. look like a ghost.
    b. get your costume dirty.
    c. trip.



  • You should not carry an Emergency/ID card with you because you are old enough to know your phone number and address.

    a. True
    b. False



  • You are old enough to trick-or-treat on your own by the time you are ________.

    a. 10
    b. 12
    c. never. You should never go trick-or-treating on your own.



  • A man you’ve never met before walks up to you and starts talking to you. You should tell your parents/group of friends that you do not know the man and walk away as quickly and safely as possible..

    a. True
    b. False



  • When crossing a street, you should _______ look both ways first to make sure there are no cars coming or check for pedestrian signals.

    a. always
    b. never
    c. leave the adult to




              button  Children's Safety Zone


  • This year, you have decided to be a zombie with a scary mask. You don’t want anyone to see you without it, so you should leave it on when walking from house to house.

    a. True
    b. False



  • You and your trick-or-treating group have reached an area where the sidewalk is under construction. You tell them that you should all walk through people's lawns.

    a. True
    b. False



  • Part of your route has no sidewalk. You and your friends walk in a single line _______________, with a parent/elder leading the way.

    a. on the left side of the road
    b. through the nearest alley
    c. on the middle of the road



  • Before you leave trick-or-treating, you make sure that you have a watch you can see in the dark so you can keep track of how long you have been out and when you need to be home.

    a. True
    b. False



  • Your costume this year is something that requires a sword. You should pick one that ____________________

    a. looks good.
    b. is soft and flexible just in case you fall on top of it.
    c. that is hard so you can use it to scare away strangers and pets.




    • button   Kid's Domain Halloween Safety Tips


  • You’re hungry but you do not have any candy because you know you cannot have any until your parents have been able to _______.

    a. eat them.
    b. make sure everyone got the same amount.
    c. check them and make sure that are safe to eat.



  • You spot a house that isn’t on your Halloween route. It’s brightly lit and you can see children trick-or-treating at the front step. You should go ask for treats there as well.

    a. True
    b. False



  • Before leaving for trick-or-treating with your friends, you should put some charge inside your shoe or somewhere else safe or take a cell phone with you just in case you need to call home.

    a. True
    b. False

  • You still have no idea what you want to be for Halloween, but you know that you should wear something _____________________________

    a. cool!
    b. dark, so you can hide.
    c. light, so drivers can see you from far away.



  • You have the option between picking a mask or wearing face paint. You should decide on the face paint because ______________
    a. it is less annoying.
    b. you do not have to worry about your vision being blocked.
    c. it looks better.




I hope you learned something new and use all of these safety tips and rules when you go trick-or-treating this year.