Activities that enhance vision development (1 month to 2 years old)

Good vision is required for learning as the child grows, enhance his vision development by incorporating few of these age appropriate activities.

 
1 to 2 months
 
  • Bright dangling object (mobile, balloon, etc.)
  • Ring Rattle, Plastic Ring, Rubber Squeaking Toys
 
 
3 to 5 months
 
  • Cradle Gym: Grasp & release
  • String of Big Beads or Disks, Teething Beads: Grasp & Release; Fixation with Tongue
  • Stuffed Animals, Bell on Handle
  • Big Rubber Ball: Near to Far & Over Head; Face Down-Roll Baby
  • Mobile: Close enough that hands might touch it accidentally
  • Say "boom" with Bed Bounce
 
 
6 to 8 months
 
  • Nested Toys
  • Small toys to handle
  • Pots & Pans, Spoon & Cup 
  • Lift on thumbs
  • Mobile: Move out for feet to hit
 
 
9 to12 months
 
  • Playpen
  • Blocks and Pegs, Basket of Clothes Pins, Ball rolled back & forth, Wheel in trough
  • Large books: Name & talk about pictures of common things
  • Water toys: Fill & spill
 
 
1 yr to 1.5 yrs
 
  • Kiddie Car
  • Pull Toys
  • Push Toys, Sweep & Mop Sets
  • Blocks: Pile & string; Combining; Build form
  • Colour Cone
  • Woolly & Soft Animals
  • Climbing Equipment: High and low
  • Books (cloth or heavy cardboard)
  • Sandbox: Filling & spilling
 
 
1.5 yrs
 
  • Stairs
  • Swing
  • Rocking Horse
  • Large Ball
  • Toy Hammer & Peg 
  • Blocks (2" coloured): Building
  • Push & Pull carts: Loading; Unloading
  • Chest of drawers (child size)
  • Music Box
 
 
2 yrs
 
  • Walking Rail & Balance Board
  • More Boards & Boxes
  • Inclines & Slopes; Highs & Lows
  • Climbing Equipment
  • Rocking Boat, Jump Board
  • Trampoline
  • Pegboard
  • Interlocking Toys
  • Toy Telephone
  • Screw Toys
  • Small objects (pebbles, toy cars, etc.)
  • More blocks (light, hollow, small coloured shapes

 

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