Infant stimulation cards are black and white cards with patterns and objects that stimulate a baby’s vision. According to Dr. Sears he writes in AskDrsears.com that at birth, a baby’s retina is not fully developed. The retina is the back layer of the eye that detects light. An adult retina can distinguish many different shades… Continue reading Infant Stimulation Cards
Make your own tactile boards for babies to help them develop their sense of touch. These boards help the baby develop their sense of touching and feeling. They start to discover that objects and things have different textures and they start to understand that they can obtain information from objects and things by touching them.… Continue reading DIY Tactile Boards for Babies!
Do it yourself sensory bottles for babies with items you have at home! These sensory bottles develop the sense of sight and hearing. They are very soothing to look at and listen to. It helps the child improve concentration skills as they look curiously at the contents of the bottles. Items needed: 1) empty bottles… Continue reading DIY Sensory Bottles for Babies
Make these fun sensory bags for babies! These sensory bags help sooth the baby and help them in developing their sense of touch. Items needed: Zip Lock Bag, Hair Gel, Duct Tape, and items for inside the bag. You can put colorful pom poms, beads, rice, pipe cleaners, small animals. You can find the colorful… Continue reading DIY: Sensory Bags for Babies