It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Although Christmas seems to have the upper hand when it comes to holiday popularity, Halloween is not to be undone. The idea of trick or treat and bringing home a barrage of candies simply appeals to kids of all ages.
If you’ve been spending hours trying to install gaming motherboards to feed your kids’ addiction to computer gaming, try to step back for a while and get them all worked up for Halloween. Costumes are a big part of celebrating Halloween, but instead of just grabbing the cheapest ensemble from your local thrift shop, do consider the following points when getting Halloween costumes for your kids:
Check that the costume is flame resistant. It will usually say that on the label. This means the costume will not burn easily, and will self-extinguish in the event that it catches on fire. These materials are mostly synthetic ones like polyester or nylon.
Avoid lots of glitter. Costumes with spray-on glitter are very flammable because of the glue used. Go instead for sequins sewn into the cloth.
Stay away from dangling sleeves or long capes. They can be a tripping hazard and can catch fire easily. Also beware of scarves which drape around the neck, as they can be a choking hazard.