Visual stimulation is a very important part of baby's development. You can help your baby's brain thrive by providing stimulating visual input.
Unlike adult eyes which can distinguish millions of different shades of light and color, baby's eyes can only detect large contrasts between light and dark, or black and white.
Research has shown that the secret to infant visual stimulation lies in high-contrast colors. The development of a newborn's eyes - the structures of the retina that perceive color - haven't matured enough to perceive the values and intensities of red, blue, pink, yellow, purple and green. Black and white are the easiest for babies to perceive and interest in these starkly contrasting colors will pave the way for your baby's brain development.
These infant stimulation cards will help calm and soothe your baby as well as increase concentration skills, enhance natural curiosity, and stimulate the creation of brain cell connections.
* The best distance to place the card is 8 to 12 inches from your baby's eyes.
You can tape it to the side of her crib, the bottom of his mobile or in front of your car's baby seat - pretty much anywhere your newborn baby would otherwise be staring at a boring, unstimulating canvas. :D
=== FEATURES ===
150 hight contrast pattern images for your baby!
Expert-level training guidance.
Phase I (0-3 months)
1. Black Dot Cards
2. Black and White Line Cards
Phase II (3-6 months)
1. Black and White Outline Cards
2. Visual Improvement Cards
Phase III (6-12 months)
1. Various Stimulus cards
2. Color Forms cards
- October 18, 2012 Initial release