My kids ADORED Jedi training. They have to be able to pay attention, and follow basic directions. There was a girl in my kids' group that was 5, I think the minimum age is 4.anyone’s littles done this? I think DS would if it was a good day which I won’t know of course until. He’s 6. His little brother will be 5 and would love to do this
My kids ADORED Jedi training. They have to be able to pay attention, and follow basic directions. There was a girl in my kids' group that was 5, I think the minimum age is 4.
My older one isn't spectrum but has other neuro issues. He was 10 at the last trip and did really well. There were a few kids in the group that were a bit unpredictable, but the cast members were awesome about redirecting and keeping the kids engaged. It;s not really intense, they learn a few light sabre moves, dress in jedi robes and then help the good guys "battle" Kylo Ren and Darth Vader.How old are they? Are they on spectrum ?
I just worry bc usually he’s pretty good but at times he’s unpredictable
My son participated twice. The second time was....a bit of a challenge or rather a bite of a challenge. But the cast members were wonderful. I was able to be close enough that when things unraveled, I could step in. Then (the very brave) Padawan helped him through the rest of the show. Not only were the cast members great, but the crowd was very supportive, which my son just ate up.
The thing too is that you are basically within an arm's reach of the stage area the entire time the "training" is going on. You can always let the CMs know if he will benefit from being in the front so you can get to him if you need to. I think it will be fine and they will have a great timeThank you so much for sharing
It’s hard because his little brother is more social and and and there’s only a year difference so it’s hard excluding him .. I’m hopeful