Infant Sensory Books
Good for: cognitive development, building eye muscles, developing vision and tummy time
Do you wonder about what your little one can see in the first few weeks of life and how you can encourage the development of baby's vision? In the first 3 months, babies can focus on objects that are 8-11 inches away. This is more or less the distance from their parents’ faces while nursing or feeding. Bold, black-and-white images stimulate the development of the optic nerves and encourage young babies' cognitive development without over-stimulating them. Sensory book sin soft cloth provide appropriate visual stimulation for newborns is the best way to help extend tummy time. It also teaches the muscles of the eyes and the brain to coordinate and function properly.
This little gem was created by the one and only, Kamila Pacek! In her own words, "I was inspired by instructions in the LEA Vision Tests for infants and Vernier's phenomenon. I chose the illustrations that babies were most interested in during experimental plays."
Made of safe materials of the highest quality with a certificate OEKO-TEX® | STANDARD 100, using sublimation printing.
Size: 7 in x 7 in (18 cm x 18 cm), 8 pages;
Four rubber teethers to help sooth and massage gums;
It can be washed in a washing machine;
Hygienically packed in PP foil.
Cover fabric is soft like silk and unusually permanent, it also does not crease, it does not get dirty and it dries quickly. The book is filled with special foam ensuring hygiene and springiness. Pages do not curl, exposing illustrations perfectly.
These contrastive illustrations simply fascinate little babies!