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These infant stimulation flash 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.
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How-to: For the stroller or car seat, print them out on adhesive-backed labels; then just cut, peel and stick. For the walls, use removable double-sided tape.
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6 months: You or your older children can color the images with bright markers and attach them to baby’s ExerSaucer or play yard. By this age, baby’s focus will be sharper and she can see in color.
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Hold them close enough to baby’s face for her to see the snail, fish, cricket, and parrot — about 8 to 12 inches away. It’ll be fun to watch her react — and you’ll be boosting her ability to focus on new objects.
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2 to 4 months: Print multiple copies and make a mobile to hang above baby’s crib — she’ll be old enough to entertain herself with while you step away for a few minutes. (If you have an older kid, make one to hang from the ceiling light fixture in her room. Bigger kids will get a kick out of these, too.)
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How-to: Use these printables as personalized labels for your kids’ toy bins. Print them out on adhesive-backed labels and use the dotted line as a guide for cutting.
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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.
How-to: You or your older kids can blow the mobile to make it move above baby’s crib. By this age, most tots will be able to follow the critters as they move. Just make sure baby can’t reach it — either raise or remove the mobile as baby gets older and more dexterous.
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