Encourage the development of your baby’s vision with this free Black and White Pattersn for Babies from Mom Nessly printable. Download on the blog now!
In the first three months, babies are near-sighted. They can focus on objects that are about 8 to 12 inches from them. Newborns can only see in black and white, with little gray. Then they slowly develop their vision to seeing colors.
Proper visual stimulation can help in their eye development. It also aids for them to focus and may help in prolonging tummy time. Such images like these black and white patterns provide an opportunity to stimulate their vision, work their optic nerves and helps with eye and brain coordination.
Here’s a look of the free Black and White Patterns for Babies that you can download later.
This free printable is so easy to use! Just download, print and cut and you’re all set for a fun time with your baby. Get them started on simple objects first then progress to more detailed ones and soon to colored objects!
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
Download of these printable allows you for a single household use only. You may not sell, share, redistribute any part of it (electronically or hard copy).
Happy tummy time with your little one! Enjoy Motherhood and all its joys and challenges. Life has never been better now that you are a mother. Take one step at a time, remember to care for yourself, rest and ask help if you need.
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