Having a family member with a disability, especially kids, makes you think sometimes that recreational travel is kind of impossible, but it’s not! Think of the memories and experiences that they can create with traveling. But how will you keep your child with special needs busy while you are on a plane or a road trip? Don’t worry. We got you! We searched for you some of the best ways to make your child occupied and entertained while traveling.
If you are traveling with kids, what you put on your bag is critical. So here are some of the ideas on what you could bring;
1.Buy some bunch of stuff that could make your kid excited to open in the next few hours. There are a lot of stores out there that have a bunch of different small stuff for kids, like 99 cents store in the US. Get some of those and bring it with you.
2. Don’t forget the snacks. They might be picky about trying new foods so bringing their favorite snack and juices could help you make them occupied for several minutes. Try bringing a snack box with a bunch of his favorite treats to keep him excited and happy.
3.Entertainment is the key! If your kid has favorite songs, or movie, you can bring it along. Sing along tapes, or book tapes could help them to prevent meltdowns and tantrums.
4. Bring any portable sensory toolkit. They might be very easy stimulated while on the trip which leads to some unwanted scenarios like crying. Bring any portable sensory tool bag that might contain fidget toys, MP3 player, squishy balls, and noise canceling headphone for tool defensiveness.
5. Roadtrip presents are one of the cool ideas to bring with you on your trip. You might want to invest in a couple of well-wrapped gifts to treat and surprise them. They will find it exciting! This could get you another few minutes of your kid being distracted. It’s kind of fun!
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