High contrast black-and-white patterns are perfect for a newborn’s visual stimulation and development. Use pocket dice to add printable pictures too which can then be adapted when baby is older with family photos in.
This number line is adapted for students with CVI (Cortical Visual Impairment)
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High contrast black-and-white patterns are perfect for a newborn’s visual stimulation and development. While adults can clearly distinguish between all colors, babies can decipher only the high contrast of black and white! Check out Bright Eyes baby blank