My Nana picks places all over Missouri, and I choose which ones I want to visit. I give tips on traveling with kids who may have sensory processing disorder. I will let you know if it is a thumbs up.
Tips for traveling with kids: pack snacks, sensory items for relaxation, drinks, books, and extra clothes. We always put the wagon in the back of the car. My nana is like a Therapist for kiddos who struggle with many issues. She helps kids with sensory processing disorders to enjoy stuff - like taking a bike when I can, packing the car with things I might need. I can't wait to take my hoverboard!
My Nana has a lot of clients who are kids like me, kids with a sensory processing disorder. She advises on traveling with kids. She is like a life coach. I help her [practice for her clients while she tries out her Theraplay. I like Theraplay the best because we only play! My Nana is a licensed clinical counselor.
I am a scientist also! I do science experiments at home because sometimes I can not do them at school. I get frustrated with a sensory processing disorder, I get frustrated, and my teacher has me leave the classroom, so I miss out on science. My nana is like my coach therapist, and she works with me so I can practice science experiments. Look at this video and see my adventures at home and the fun I have.
These are so cool. We have a lot of fun battling, and I found that the larger pull strings are easier to handle and work. I sometimes pull or push too hard with a sensory processing disorder, but this new sling show works excellent. I do have a few mess-ups with them, but it all works out in the end. I like these battle bots! It would be best if you try them sometime soon.