When my children were young, I would hand them paper napkins to entertain them in restaurants. There was something appealing about the sensory stimulation in those napkins that mesmerized them, keeping them entertained.
Many napkins later, the idea for Baby Paper was born....Creating a sustainable version of the paper napkin, with no chance of paper cuts and great for teething.
Small enough for babies to grasp, the sensory CRUNCH of Baby Paper delights, calms and is safe for teething. Baby Paper is a perfect first toy for sensory development.
All of our products are washable!
Hand or machine wash in warm water with like colors.
Tumble dry low or air dry!
Our products are full safety tested and comply with CPSIA requirements
Sensory play refers to activities that stimulate a child's senses, such as touch, sight, hearing, taste, and smell. Engaging in sensory play offers several benefits for babies, including:
· Cognitive development: Sensory play promotes cognitive growth by encouraging babies to explore and understand the world around them. Through different textures, colors, and sounds, babies learn to process and make sense of sensory information, which contributes to their overall cognitive development.
· Sensory integration: Sensory play helps babies develop sensory integration skills, which involve organizing and interpreting sensory input from various sources. By engaging in sensory activities, babies learn to coordinate their senses, leading to improved balance, coordination, and body awareness.
· Language development: Sensory play often involves verbal interaction between caregivers and babies. Talking about the sensations, textures, and objects involved in sensory play helps develop language skills. Babies learn new words and concepts as they explore and discuss the sensory experiences, which enhances their vocabulary and communication abilities.
· Fine motor skills: Many sensory play activities require babies to manipulate objects, squeeze, grasp, or pour materials, which helps develop their fine motor skills. These activities strengthen the muscles in their hands and fingers, improving their dexterity and ability to perform precise movements.
· Emotional regulation: Sensory play provides a safe and enjoyable way for babies to explore and express their emotions. Engaging in sensory activities can help babies relax, reduce stress, and regulate their emotions. The tactile stimulation and soothing effects of sensory play can be particularly beneficial for babies who may be experiencing discomfort or teething.
· Social interaction: Sensory play can be a shared experience between babies and caregivers or other children. It provides an opportunity for social interaction, bonding, and developing relationships. Collaborative sensory play also helps babies learn important social skills, such as turn-taking, sharing, and cooperation.
· Sensory exploration: Babies naturally have a strong curiosity and desire to explore their environment. Sensory play offers a rich and stimulating environment for them to engage their senses and satisfy their curiosity. It encourages them to actively investigate and experiment, which fosters a sense of wonder, discovery, and creativity.
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