All Treats, No Tricks: Surfnetkids.com Announces a New Halloween Website FunHalloween.net

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FunHalloween.net provides a safe Internet environment for kids to explore all of the tricks and treats related to October 31.

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Halloween can be tricky in more ways than one. Often, what adults consider fun, children will find scary

FunHalloween.net, http://www.funhalloween.net , created by Barbara J. Feldman of Surfnetkids.com, is a kid-friendly website devoted to the creepiest of fall holidays. FunHalloween.net provides a safe Internet environment for kids to explore all of the tricks and treats related to October 31. While cyberspace is rampant with unsuitable content for children, this site contains material that is appropriate for all ages. Parents, teachers and others interested in children's wellbeing will find the website to be a wholesome blend of fun and education.    

"Halloween can be tricky in more ways than one. Often, what adults consider fun, children will find scary," says Ms. Feldman. "FunHalloween.net is built to be kid-safe, with age-appropriate jokes and Halloween coloring pages. And for parents, it contains important Halloween safety information and fun ideas for Halloween celebrations."

In addition to enjoying the Halloween jokes at the site, kids are invited to submit their own jokes for possible publication. To keep the site family friendly, all submissions are reviewed by an editor before being published.

For grownups, FunHalloween.net has tips and suggestions on pumpkin carving, Halloween safety, Halloween party ideas, homemade costumes, and Halloween recipes.

Barbara J. Feldman is a syndicated newspaper columnist and veteran online publisher. Her weekly "Surfing the Net with Kids" educational website reviews can be read at Surfnetkids.com. Other sites published by Surfnetkids.com, Inc. include FreeKidsColoring.com, JokesByKids.com and holiday sites such as ThanksgivingFun.net and SantaClausFun.com.

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