Happy Halloween


Very soon, a lot of kiddos will visit your door. Please be open minded.

  • The child who is grabbing more than one piece of candy might have poor fine motor skills or may be hungry.
  • The child who takes forever to pick out one piece of candy might have motor planning issues or a cognitive impairment.
  • The child who does not say “trick or treat” or “thank you” might be painfully shy or non-verbal.
  • If you cannot understand their words, they may struggle with developmental apraxia of speech. They are thankful in their hearts and minds.
  • The child that doesn’t answer when you talk to him or her may have a hearing impairment.
  • The child who looks disappointed when he sees your bowl might have a life-threatening allergy.
  • The child who isn’t wearing a costume at all might not be “able” to wear one due to the sensory issues of autism, or the family may not be able to afford one.
  • Be kind, be patient, smile, and try to understand.
  • It’s everyone’s Halloween.
  • Make each child feel special and make their parents feel good by making a big deal of their special child. Thank you!

Published by Cara Zara

Professional entertainer and educator Cara Zara has performed at festivals, events, libraries, charity functions, and summer camps throughout the Southeast and has interacted with over 250,000 children. She has been teaching her popular programs since 2011 and has taught at over 200 private and public schools throughout Charlotte-Mecklenburg and surrounding counties. She loves inspiring children to learn and be physically active through fun movement and laughter.

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