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Your Baby’s Vision

Your Baby’s Vision

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Your baby’s vision at this point is more focused and strong. He or she can focus on quick moving objects1 and distinguish colours.

Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

During the sitter stage, babies can distinguish colours. They also enjoy watching more complex designs.

Here is an Overview on What Your Baby can see at 6-8 Months of Age.

The hand and eye coordination of your baby has improved. As a result, he or she can spot a toy across the room, move near it, pick it up and explore it in many ways.

Babies at this stage can distinguish colours. So give brightly coloured picture books to your baby and he or she will enjoy looking at the pictures.

Your baby may spend a lot of time staring at objects that have parts he or she can move. Your baby is perhaps trying to figure out how or why they work. Your baby might also concentrate on familiar images or faces.

To stimulate your baby’s vision or encourage interest in the surroundings, you might consider taking your baby out to see new and interesting places. You can plan a trip to the nearby park or an outing to the local zoo or simply take a walk in the neighbourhood.

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