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Apr 14

Do You Know How To Keep Your Kids Safety At Halloween Night

Glow in The Dark 1Halloween can be fun and exciting for kids. The idea of dressing up and going from house to house in search of candy treasures, fills their little minds with glee. Although Halloween is exciting, it can also be dangerous. This Halloween, make sure you are keeping your children safe by following a few simple steps.

First, make sure your children are wearing clothing that is light reflective. Dark and scary costumes are super fun, but they can also be super dangerous because cars cannot see kids that are dressed in dark colors. Have your children wear lighter colors, and purchase a few glow sticks that your kids can wear. They now sell glow sticks that kids can wear like necklaces or bracelets. These are easy to see and fun to wear, too.

The second thing you can do to keep your children safe this Halloween is to make sure that they are traveling in a group. Never send your child out alone. It is always safer to have a few parents take their children out together. Not only does this make the holiday even more fun, but it keeps kids safer from predators.


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Apr 14

Glowing In The Dark Necklaces Are Very Useful For The Kids

It’s most common to see young adults, or at least teenagers, indulging in ‘glowsticking’ dancing (dancing while waving a glow stick in the air) or wearing glow in the dark necklaces or bracelets on a night out. However, various versions of the glow stick technology are also used in many products for children, who are also enchanted by the bright luminescence of glow sticks.

Glow sticks have spread in popularity all over the world, and can now be seen at any big open air event, from Guy Fawkes’ Night to Chinese New Year. They’re sold at these events so that revelers can have fun ‘glowsticking;’ or using them as jewellery; but also because they’re a great way to keep track of people. Children in particular can often be monitored by getting them to wear brightly-coloured glow in the dark necklaces or bracelets. In dark, crowded situations, it greatly reduces a parent’s inevitable worry to keep their kids visible; and with their reliable bright light and low cost, there’s no better way to do this than with glow sticks. What makes them even better is the fact that, for most kids, glow in the dark jewellery or toys are a magical special treat!

Now, there are many more options for children’s glow in the dark equipment. One of the most obvious is the possibility of buying multiple-use LED glow sticks, which can be turned on and off, and taken to many different events. So children can celebrate with them on Halloween and Guy Fawkes’ Night, play with them at Christmas, and still have their glow sticks ready to use to see in the New Year!

2014-04-06_0555And if your child likes ordinary glow sticks, and glow in the dark necklaces and bracelets, you can go a step further and get customized glow in the dark torches. These use the same technology as glow necklaces and bracelets, but come in lots of different exciting shapes for kids to have fun with: from Father Christmas to Pingu. Even keeping kids safe in the dark – whether they’re at an outdoor event, riding their bikes or walking home in the evening – can be fun, with the development of head torches and special glow in the dark shapes which are motion sensitive, and can be stuck to children’s clothes to shine when they move. These also come in lots of fun shapes – one of the most popular is the Lego man! – ensuring that keeping track of your children is fun for them, not a chore for you. If these seem too complicated or fiddly, you can go down the simple route of buying clothing with glow in the dark patterns or figures on for your children. This will make them sand out distinctively in crowds, and with no more fuss than the usual dressing for a night outside.

There’s no reason not to bring that special glow inside. There are a whole range of night lights available which use the same eco-friendly technology, and are great for little ones who might still be a little afraid of the dark. Some of these night lights change colour, for extra fun; some combine alarm clocks with glow in the dark night lights; and some come in the shapes of kids’ favourite characters. All glow in the dark night lights help children to feel safe and secure at night. And it doesn’t stop at conventional night lights: why not get your child some glow in the dark stars? These can be stuck to the ceiling, replicating the real night sky for a natural, soothing form of night light – or one suitable for budding astrological geniuses!


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Apr 14

Loot Bags Made Of The Glow Sticks

Gift bags are wonderful party favors to hand out to your guests as you can make up your own, keep control of the prices, and you can mix up the items a little bit to help ensure that everyone will find something they like and glow sticks loot bags are becoming quite the rage.

Today’s clubbing lifestyle has created a desire for items that tend to glow-in-the-dark or that appear to glow when taken under a black light. Also you’ll find that many kids are drawn to cool little things that catch their eyes. That may be part of the reason that kids so love catching lighting bugs in the summer evenings.

Glow in The Dark 3As a result glow sticks products and other glow-in-the-dark items have really caught on in popularity. You can make a memorable party favor gift for your guests by putting together a themed glow sticks loot bag even if you aren’t having a glow sticks themed party.

Things to include in the loot bag include, obviously enough, glow sticks, glow necklaces and bracelets. You can purchase the simple glow necklace and bracelet tubes online for relatively cheap or you can pay a little more and get themed products like glowing heart necklaces or glowing charm bracelets. Boys may like the Halloween themed monster necklaces in their loot bags.

You can usually find a lot of phosphorescent items to go with the glow sticks in your loot bags. Many people like the glow-in-the-dark stickers or even glow-in-the-dark nail polish. Food can also be found that has phosphorescent chemicals considered safe for consumption, such as those glowing Certs candies.

For adult loot bags you can put together a gift of a light up drinking glass and light up ice cubes. These both make use of small LED lights. If you are handing out the loot bags at night or in a glow sticks party you can wrap the items up in clear cellophane and include a small activated glow stick either inside or tied to the ribbon of the loot bags to create a snazzy look.