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Newborn Stimulation Cards “Stimulate and Educate”

A cute baby viewing Stimulation cards with interest

Like all other organs, eye training is possible right from the start. The way to achieve this is through Newborn Stimulation Cards that stimulate the babies’ eyes and brains, besides preparing them for early education.

How does vision develop in newborns?

All babies are born short-sighted and therefore see the world around them blurred. Newborns react to light because their eyes are already sensitive to light and dark perception. This phase of blurred vision lasts until the baby is about three months old. After that, their vision gradually begins to change and the images they see become clearer. They also begin to recognize colours.

Here’s what an infant looks like in the first year of life: That’s how babies see.

How do sensolern Newborn Black and White Stimulation Cards work?

Black and white are at the top of the colour pyramid of contrast. Using it with powerful patterns causes important simulation impulses through vision and has a positive effect on the neuron connections in the brain. Newborn Black and White Stimulation Cards help children to concentrate better and strengthen coordination skills.

Newborn Black and White Cards- visual stimulation symbol
visual stimulation symbol
Newborn Black and White Cards-brain stimulation symbol
brain stimulation symbol
Newborn Black and White Cards-eye-hand coordination symbol
eye-hand coordination symbol
Newborn Black and White Cards-speak development symbol
speak development symbol
Newborn Black and White Cards-fantasy and imagination development
fantasy and imagination development

Arouse curiosity + develop cognitive & social skills + improve brain-eye coordination + create memory anchors in the daily routine + promote speaking skills + give self-confidence +

How do sensolern Stimulation Cards improve your baby’s language skills?

Talking to babies more promotes development · In regular analyzes experts found that it was not the mass of words that shaped the children’s vocabulary. Long-term studies have shown that children who are spoken to more directly develop a larger vocabulary. Our illustrations build on these expert observations. You are rich in motifs from culture and general knowledge and this inspires you to easily invent and tell stories to your baby.

Why are sensolern contrast Stimulation Cards so important for my baby?

Everything is changing — the world is becoming more complicated. Targeted stimulation of the senses in a child’s early years is a decisive advantage for future development in life.

By working with specialists, we have achieved an integrated tool at sensolern that is at a new level of education. Because with our baby contrast Stimulation Cards, we can pass on as much information as possible to the baby’s brain without stressing it. In this way, the infant can acquire knowledge through eye stimulation training. This is how cognitive learning can benefit the infant.

top view of a cute little baby crawling on white background through Newborn Black and White Cards

We’re not exaggerating when we call this process baby school. As a baby in a mom’s arms, it can learn a lot more than we expect.

Studies concluded that showing infant images at an early age with rich content is produced. You’ll help improve their logical thinking and develop their future skills, for example, problem-solving.

Based on that, we’ve included the following themes in our maps, which may sound amazing:

Culture/ Art/ Science/ Mathematics/ History/ Geography/ Language/ Social/ Politics/…

Friedrich Froebel, portrait

In 1840 Friedrich Fröbel founded the first preschool (kindergarten). In 1907 Maria Montessori invented the playful learning pedagogy. Many others who have a vision have changed our lives.

Based on our belief in continuous innovation, we have taken the initiative and put a small stone on the corner of a new educational method that we call “Mother’s Lap School”.

What is meant by cognitive learning theory?

“Learning through experience” · Cognitive theory focuses on how children gradually grow and think for themselves. Sensorimotor skills are the first level of cognitive learning. It is when newborns think with their senses and motor activities.

A common way for infants to develop cognitive skills is to look around to understand their surroundings. As they grow, they constantly touch, listen, and chew on objects to better understand the world.

The 6 advantages of sensolern contrast Stimulation Cards

Quality time with a mother reading sensitive contrast Stimulation Cards to her baby




  1. Its use strengthens the eye muscles and stimulates vision.
  2. The application stimulates brain cells and helps cranial nerves connect to other cells. It has been proven that babies exposed to visual stimulation early in life have greater brain cell growth, while babies who are deprived may have permanent deficits in various areas of brain development.
  3. The card work helps babies concentrate better. Black and white contrasts have a very positive effect on the baby’s concentration during the early development phase with “blurred” vision. Babies are also positively guided by the different patterns and pictures to develop more time for observation.
  4. Playful interaction promotes motor skills. When looking at pictures, babies are encouraged to move their heads and limbs and use different body muscles to turn to look or to reach out.
  5. The parent-child time and bond are supported and togetherness is cultivated.
  6. The contrast Stimulation Cards also stimulate language ability. Talking to a baby while showing a picture and explaining a picture enriches vocabulary. It allows for better language development.

Technical specifications


  • Black/white, high contrast from 0 to 3 months.
  • 3-4 basic colours separately for 3 to 6 months old.
  • 6+ colours combined for 6 to 9 months.
  • Full colour for 9 to 12 months.

Why 16.5 cm?

sight angle of humans
sight angle of humans

an illustrated diagram shows the human perspective

The viewing angle of the shape is 30 degrees. A toddler of this age can see approx. 30 cm far – so for optimal use a map width of approx. 16.5 cm results. thickness

We have chosen 400gsm art paper which is stiff enough to be durable. security

  • We used rounded corners to avoid injury.
  • The Stimulation Cards are covered with scratch-resistant cellophane. You can wipe the cards with a slightly damp cloth.
    • environment
  • The paper we use is environmentally friendly and FSC-certified.

How do I use sensolern Newborn Black and White Stimulation Cards?

How do I use the sensolern Newborn Black and White Cards

Regular training with contrast Stimulation Cards will help your baby grow faster, healthier and smarter. Most importantly, they don’t stress the baby’s nervous system.

Before you show your baby the card, look at the picture for a few seconds and then start chatting. Your baby will enjoy listening to your voice and the learning process will begin.

(You encourage you to let your imagination run wild to tell your own stories)

0-3 months

  • Hold the card about 8 to 12 inches away from the baby. Let your baby look at the card for about 10 seconds, then turn the card over and let them look for another 10 seconds.
  • Very slowly move the card vertically and horizontally in the baby’s field of vision to stimulate eye movement and coordination.
  • Repeat the process for 10 to 15 minutes at a time, 2 to 3 times a day, using 4 different cards at the same time.

3-6 months

  • Hold the card about 12 to 20 inches away from the baby. Let your baby look at the card for about 10 seconds, then turn the card over and let them look for another 10 seconds.
  • Very slowly move the map vertically and horizontally until you see the baby’s head move to follow the map.
  • Repeat the process for 10 to 15 minutes at a time, 2 to 3 times a day, using 4 different cards at the same time.

6-9 months

  • Lay your baby on his stomach and then spread the Stimulation Cards out in front of him at different distances. Once the baby looks at them, tell stories using the keywords provided. Or put the baby on your lap, hold up a card, and then start telling stories using the keywords provided.

9-12+ months

  • Let your baby choose a card, then use the keywords provided to tell stories about the different cultures and the art about them.
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