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  • Intensity
  • Yes, but I'm afraid eric will cry the entire time; he is very intense.
  • How about we walk to the places Eric likes to go?
  • Ready to go?
  • Regularity
  • Is he okay? He looks upset.
  • That should help.
  • One day, this should not make him cry so much; I'm trying to make walking part of our schedule.
  • Persistence and Adaptability
  • How about we leave, so Eric can calm down?
  • Circus!
  • I didn't know all the tents would be here! Eric is not used to so much noise.
  • I don't think Lewis wants to go!
  • More intense children give deeper and more powerful responses. Less intense children tend to give weaker emotional responses.
  • Sensitivity and Energy.
  • Oh Eric, Why do you hate your hat so much?
  • The fabric might bother him. Lewis, don't try to run; you might fall!
  • highly regular children like to follow the same schedule every day. Irregular children are the opposite, and every day is different.
  • Perceptiveness and First reaction
  • Lewis is so busy looking around he's not eating. Does Eric want his food?
  • Persistent children are very determined to complete an action, and are very unwilling to give up. Adaptive children is not bothered by surprises, and non adaptive children resist change.
  • Mood
  • Sorry Eric was is such a bad mood. Oh no, Eric is crying again.
  • It's fine, Lewis had fun. You could get him toys that make fun noises; those always cheer Lewis up!
  • Highly sensitive children are very emotional and have strong reactions tho things like uncomfertable clothing, sights and smells. High energy children are very physically active.
  • Run!!!
  • Perceptive children are aware of the things around them, and they are easily distracted. Children with negative first reactions do not like to try new things.
  • No, Eric doesn't like to try new things.
  • Lewis, if you eat your food, you can have dessert.
  • People!
  • Some children have a positive outlook on situations, and others tend to be more negative.
  • Blocks fall down!
  • Build again!
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