Allow your kids candy only after they finish a meal.
Look for a candy buyback program in your community.
Don't let your kids eat candy between meals.
Get rid of Halloween candy when your kids forget about it.
Curb the temptation to snack by feeding your kids a nutritious dinner before they head out.
Reward your kids with candy when they do something good.
Give your child a few pieces of candy and then buy the rest from them.
Bring your child to the dentist before Halloween for a tooth refresher.
Give kids a limited amount of candy and keep the rest for yourself.
Rinse kids' mouths with plain water after eating candy.
Keep candy out of reach.
Never let your kids keep treats in their bedrooms.
Avoid hard or sticky candies that take a long time to eat.
Choose candies that melt quickly, like chocolate.
Limit your kids to a few pieces each day and make sure they brush afterward.
Make Halloween an opportunity to remind your kids of the importance of brushing after snacks.
Don't allow unsupervised grazing on candy.