Baby’s Visual Stimulation Flashcards

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Visual Stimulation Flashcards

Product Dimensions 7.83 x 7.36 x 1.85 inches
Item Weight 1.41 pounds
Manufacturer recommended age 0 - 3 years
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Flashcards for Baby’s Brain Development

Help your baby’s brain develop with the amazing High Contrast Flashcards! For quick visual stimulation that young brains love! Fast, rhythmic activities are the perfect way to help babies aged 0-36 months develop their brains! And these flashcards are the perfect way to do so.

Boost Memory With Visual Stimulation Cards

Want to give your baby a head start in memory development? These high contrast flashcards are your answer. They train your baby’s brain to remember visual information instantly, reducing the time needed to recall what they see. Early use can pave the way for a lifetime of swift learning and quick recall.

Explore A Colorful World of Learning

Developed by educational experts, this set includes 80 double-sided flashcards with 160 pages of stimulating content. Each card is thoughtfully designed with shapes, geometric figures, and other engaging visuals tailored to different stages of visual development from birth to 36 months. These cards not only enhance visual and spatial awareness but also introduce babies to a world of shapes and colors.

Safety First – For Peace of Mind

The flashcards are crafted from durable, non-toxic materials. The matte, anti-glare surface protects little eyes, and the environmentally friendly soy ink ensures vibrant, odor-free colors. Rounded corners and sturdy, splash-proof construction make these cards perfect for tiny hands.

Why Choose Visual Stimulation Flashcards?

  1. Expert-Designed for Maximum Impact: Each card set is designed to match your baby’s developmental stages, ensuring appropriate and effective stimulation.
  2. Safe and Durable: Made from high-quality, baby-safe materials that are built to last.
  3. Educational and Fun: Combines learning with play, fostering a strong bond between parents and babies.
  4. Perfect Gift: Ideal for birthdays, holidays, or just because – these flashcards make an exceptional educational gift for newborns, infants, and toddlers.
black and white flashcards for 0 - 3 month old babies

How It Works:

  1. For 0-3 Months: Babies respond to stark black and white contrasts, crucial for early visual development.
  2. For 3-6 Months: Introduces colors, especially red, aiding in the transition from black and white to color perception.
  3. For 6-12 Months: Enhances stereoscopic vision and depth perception, with vibrant, high-contrast patterns.
  4. For 12-36 Months: Boosts visual observation and cognitive abilities, helping babies recognize and differentiate more complex objects and patterns.
Visual Stimulation Flashcards for 6 to 12 month old babies

Jumpstart With Flashcards

Give your baby the best start in life with these amazing visual stimulation flashcards! Every moment matters in your baby’s development journey, so make them count!

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What The Reviews Say About Visual Stimulation Flashcards

Pros Cons
Brightly coloredNot very durable
Visually appealingSmall difference between capital and lowercase letters can be confusing
Convenient for parents and teachers
Captures baby's attention

The Visual Stimulation Flashcards have several advantages that make them attractive for early childhood education. One big advantage is that each card has both uppercase and lowercase letters. These help children recognize that they represent the same letter and sound. The cards are brightly colored and have a good texture, making them visually and tactilely appealing to children. They are convenient for parents and teachers because they save the effort of making a homemade set. In addition, they are effective in capturing and holding a baby's attention from a very young age.

However, there are some drawbacks to these flashcards. Although they are fairly sturdy, they may not be durable enough for very young children. In particular, things like drooling or crumpling will cause damage over time. The cards are a bit thin, and some users found the illustrations on them unattractive. Also, the uppercase and lowercase letters are sometimes too similar, which can be confusing for young minds.

In summary, the Visual Stimulation Flashcards are a well-designed educational tool. The bright colors and textures effectively engage young children. They are especially useful for introducing letter recognition and phonics. However, their durability is a concern for very young children. And some of the design and illustration choices may not appeal to everyone. Despite these issues, they are still considered worthwhile for early learning activities.

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