Halloween doesn’t have to be canceled this year but with nearly 4,000 Halloween-related injuries every single year, it’s a good idea to share safety tips for the 40 million kids who usually trick or treat.
Whether you go to a local pumpkin patch or pick one up from your supermarket, you can safely carve a pumpkin by making small cuts with a serrated knife or by using a kids pumpkin carving kit. Make sure to leave the top of the pumpkin on when carving. It will help the pumpkin be sturdy. And keeping your hands out of the pumpkin will ensure you don’t have injuries when cutting.