2. Encourage Group Walking
There’s strength in numbers, and that’s no different for your children on Halloween. Letting your children go door-to-door by themselves could increase the chances of them getting lost, hurt, or even being harassed by others.
Walking in numbers makes each child more visible, and it also provides security. The American Red Cross notes that if a group is not available to walk with, a trusted adult should step in as a chaperone.