You will be amazed at how your baby responds to black and white images from the day they are born.
Black and White Baby Book: People.
High-Contrast, Black & White Book For Newborns
Get comfortable, snuggle up with your baby and slowly look through this charming high-contrast, black and white book. Allow your baby to develop his/her mind with this easy to see introduction to PEOPLE. The book includes bold images to help stimulate your child's developing mind.
Designed for babies 6 weeks to 6 months, the bold black-and-white high-contrast images will engage your baby and provide a calming, natural learning experience. These pictures maximize visual stimulation and appear to encourage infant development in the early months.
Babies respond to the strong contrast between black and white, which helps to stimulate development within your baby's eyes. Helping your child develop his or her vision by looking at high-contrasting black-and-white images is a good start for nurturing your baby’s visual development. High contrast shapes and patterns provide your baby with something simple and engaging to focus on which in turn will allow his/her mind to rest.
High-contrast shapes are usually very basic and may even appear to be a little boring to adults, but they are designed to hold your baby's attention. Anything with very obvious contrast – such as black and white edges and lines – is an optimal stimulant for the visual system.
Newborn babies are highly attracted to black and white images due to their limited vision when first born. A newborn retina can only detect large contrasts between light and dark, or black and white.
High-contrasting, black and white images with sharp outlines are therefore much easier for your baby to see in these first few months of life. Your baby will be completely absorbed when this black and white book is put in front of them.
Baby Vision – Birth to 4 months
From birth to about 4 months of age, your baby’s eyes will not focus on objects more than 8 inches from his/her face. Your child will look intently at the high-contrast images but he/she will not have yet developed the ability to easily tell the difference between two objects or move his/her eyes between two images.
However…looking at these types of images is perfect training! Allowing your child to repeatedly look at these contrasting black and white images will help increase your baby's attention span. High-contrasting black-and-white books or images are easiest for your baby to see at this age. By eight weeks, your baby will begin to more easily focus his/her eyes on things.
There have been studies where many parents have reported that their newborn's attention span increased from 10 seconds to 90 seconds after only one week of looking at black and white image books for just a few minutes a day.
The high-contrast images in this book will allow your child to track with more ease because of his/her increased interest. Tracking helps your baby to learn where an object is and how it differs from its background.
The beautifully designed, striking and stylish images in this book are ideal for babies just beginning to look and learn. The large images in this book will help to calm and also captivate your baby's interest while at the same time provide the building blocks for his/her developing mind.
Scroll to the top of the page and click the buy button.