Here is a great opportunity to provide your child with an hour of heavy work and potential opportunities for social interaction. Children with sensory processing issues generally need a sensory diet in place that provides them with consistent sensory input geared to their specific needs. For many children, a bounce house is a great way to provide heavy work with proprioceptive and vestibular input. Some children may become overstimulated or ‘revved up’ in this environment. Plan ahead for a transition activity that is calming and organizing. That might be a small snack with chewy foods like a bagel or dried fruit, or going for a short walk (maybe wearing a weighted back pack), doing the Wilbarger brushing program (if you have been trained), using calming music, or playing with a small fidget.