Sensory and motor learning is a progressive phase in which the infant gains the use and balance of the large muscles of the legs, trunk, and arms, and the smaller muscles of the hands. A infant continues to experience new consciousness through sight, touch, taste, scent, and sound. The fusion of sensory and motor equipment helps the patient to take sensory input and use it to make effective motor behavior. In addition, outputs from the hospital sensory motor system can be used to adjust the response of the sensory system to potential stimuli. To be useful it is important for sensory-motor accessories integration to be a versatile mechanism because the properties of the environment and us change over time. Sensory motor products development follows a general trend that most infants, infants and children will adopt. When the motor control, mobility and coordination abilities fall beyond a wide range for normal, the engine delay/deficiency is defined as irregular.