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Black White Flash Cards for Infants, 48 Pictures 5.5 x 5.5 Inch Designed Contrast Cards for Newborn Baby Toys with High Contrast (0 - 6 Months)

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Within a few weeks they can see light and dark ranges, high contrast, and patterns (black and white), and are attracted to bright colors and objects right in front of them. Maintain the right distance – Whether you’re placing something in front of your baby to look at or whether you are moving a toy in front of them – remember to stay around 8-12 inches away from their faces so that they can see clearly. You can give them something productive to look at by adding these black and white picture cards to the nursery.

The sensory flashcards with simpler black and white shapes are a good starting point for your newborn. I have found since her wearing glasses it has been much better,but with having our lovely wipe away learner card,she has really come on so much,it helps her focus and having the stars to guide her the correct way when writing has really improved with her handwriting. In all honesty, you do not need an all singing or all dancing fancy or expensive baby toy or gadget, in fact, the simplest of toys and resources are always the best.Since newborns don’t have a fully developed sense of sight, using black and white images at this age will provide a lot of visual stimulation. Teaching Babies 101 Intro to Teaching Babies The Fundamentals Importance of Early Learning Why Teach My Baby? The Play Gym comes with a set of black and white cards that can be placed in the Focus Zone of the play gym.

Industry is working hard to identify pathways to a new scheme, but in the meantime, please dispose of your soft plastics in the kerbside home rubbish bin. In the first 2-3 months babies eyes may not work well together and you may notice the eyes crossing or wandering. As your baby gets better at following the object with their eyes, you can try moving it farther away. This will be the perfect distance away, and allow your baby to develop their vision while you are holding and enjoying them. And allowing for your baby to look at black and white, high contrast images and toys provides them a great opportunity to stimulate their vision, strengthen optic nerves, and help their brains and eyes to coordinate.Black and white cards are mainly based on changing graphics and diverse contours to promote the attention of newborn babies, improve the visual nerves, improve IQ, and promote the development of the baby's brain.

When Alfie was around 3 weeks old, I noticed that he seemed to really be drawn to my grey contrasting curtains. The best high contrast images you can use are simple images like geometric shapes and simple patterns. For more sensory and baby play ideas, please check out other articles here and our range of baby sensory toys! A baby's brain undergoes an amazing period of development from birth to three — producing more than a million neural connections each second. From around 5 months old your baby will be able to distinguish a full spectrum of colour, so this is a good time to introduce those toys and resources that are bright and colourful.If you are looking for even more ideas to play with your newborn check out this post over at Just Simply Mom: How to Play With a Newborn. Our Newborn box features 2 exclusively designed decals by Block Sensory that you will not find anywhere else or cannot be purchased separately.

Our black white flash cards designed with 48 patterns which use high-contrast images to attract babies’ attentions.The contrast between light and dark still attracts their attention, helps them focus, and strengthens their eye muscles and optic nerves. These signals are carried via the optic nerve to the visual centre in the brain where the signals are processed; ultimately allowing us to see. As your baby begins to crawl or roll, place black and white cards around his play area and encourage your baby to reach for them. Since your newborn baby has limited color perception, using high contrast black and white cards will help them develop their vision and teach their eye muscles to coordinate with their brain.

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