Toys to Support Sensory Integration

Sensory integration is the ability to receive stimuli through the different senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch, as well as the ability to interpret them. This skill is essential in exploring and understanding the world around us. Sensory integration develops most intensively during a child’s first years of life, and its disruption can lead to problems with coordination and balance, concentration or learning. It is therefore very important to stimulate your baby’s senses from the first days of life.

What toys support the sensory integration process?

This category comprises e.g. swings that can also be used as recliners, and hanging baby cradles being a great alternative to a traditional cot. Smart Memories sensory integration toys positively influence a child’s development from the first day of life. In addition, they make it easier to care for your little one. Both the swing and the hanging crib allow you to adjust the rocking intensity to individual needs. Rocking is one of children’s favourite pastimes – not only during infancy! Gentle stimulation can have the positive effect of calming the nervous system. This makes your baby calmer and more cheerful.

Toys designed with the special needs of the youngest children in mind

Our sensory integration toys are designed for all children, whether they have been diagnosed with an SPD or do not have the typical symptoms that may indicate difficulties with managing emotions and behaviour. In both cases, these toys have a positive impact on the development of your baby – both intellectual and emotional.

Smart Memories products are made from high-quality materials, primarily:

  • beechwood, which is a safe, ecological and durable raw material;
  • upholstery fabrics with OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certificate – a guarantee that they are safe for children’s sensitive skin.

Our products are ideal as gifts for birthdays, baby showers, christenings or naming days, i.e. symbolic naming ceremonies. For children with sensory processing disorders, these toys can also complement therapy.