Fran Lewis reviews “Don’t Rush Me!”

Don't Rush Me!: For Siblings of Children With Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)

Don’t Rush Me!: For Siblings of Children With Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)

The author created this wealth of information to help children understand the needs of others especially brothers and sisters. Teaching better ways to communicate and that everyone is unique, special and that we can all learn something from each other. Take your time. Listen to others and understand their hopes, special needs and differences and as Mia says take your time and by all means: Don’t Rush Me! is a fantastic resource and great for all children lower grades and middle grades.

There are so many important lessons that parents, siblings, teachers, guidance counselors and young children can learn from Mia and reading this book. I love “Sharing time” and “we time, me time, us time.” The final pages are great for parents to focus on and talk about with their children teachers can use each prompt for individual writing-lessons or class discussions creating experience charts with student thoughts. Younger children can illustrate individual prompts creating a class book of pictures about what makes you happy or sad or even mad. Story pictures and the final activity drawing their family doing their favorite family time. The last page will help students and children create like Mia their perfect day.

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