Extraordinary Animals from the Land of Oz. Flash Cards

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Interactive black and white baby flash cards, Extraordinary Animals from the Land of Oz.

12 cards that can be used from birth to entertain and stimulate babies development, right up to toddlers and pre-schoolers learning all about animals.

On the front of each card is an illustration of an animal and on the back there is a fact to read aloud plus an activity for older children to interact with.

Useful, fun and engaging these are a great addition to any parenting tool kit! They have a long list of uses including around the changing mat, in the crib, in the car or on a plane, for tummy time, out and about, in the pushchair or with older siblings, and many many more!

With the facts on the back this is the gift that grows as they grow helping them learn and develop. Fuelling a love of wildlife from birth to 6+ 

Made with 100% FSC Certified paper printed with soy ink. 

The box is 165mm x 120mm x 25mm. Each card is 155mm x 110mm. Approx total weight 224g.

 

BABY DEVELOPMENT

When your baby is born their retinas are not fully developed and your baby sees the world very differently to an adult. Although they have been able to distinguish between light and dark in the womb, your new born can still only detect very large contrasts between light and dark after birth such as black and white. This means that pretty much all of the wider world around them is blurry and they cannot distinguish between shapes or colours.

Their field of vision is also very small, around about 6-8 inches, or roughly the distance from your face as they are feeding or having a cuddle. This is why you’ll often see your baby react as your face comes closer to them and they can make out more of your features.

Research has shown that black and white, being the ultimate in high contrast, registers the strongest on a baby’s retina which in turn stimulates the brain. Strong visual signals to the brain means more brain growth and therefore faster visual development.   

You can help stimulate your new borns vision by placing black and white images such as books, flash cards and toys, around 10 inches away from their face.

Along with the other four senses, visual stimulation is crucial in order to help the nerve cells in their brain multiply and connect with other nerve cells. Providing visual stimulation will help your baby’s retina to thrive, creating a strong optic nerve and in turn help the visual part of the brain to develop in leaps and bounds.

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