There are many concepts about the proper developmental process of infants. These concepts focus on the role of cognitive skills in child development.
Infants are born with functioning organs, except for their vision. As a result, their vision is not clear and they can only see objects about 30 cm away.
Here you can see how a baby sees the first year of life. How do babies see life?
Why are cognitive skills important for a baby’s development?
Importantly, cognitive enhancement can help infants learn a variety of skills. These include movement, memory, language and perception, which can be promoted with the support of books, sensory toys and pictures.
How do our baby’s cognitive flashcards help?
Our flashcards (contrast cards) can help your baby improve his sensory and motor development in the first year of life.
This early childhood support can help improve skills throughout childhood.
Visual stimulation training in the first months is important for babies. This is because it helps to develop their vision. For example, research shows that visual stimulation in infancy improves vision.
Therefore, contrast images are the ideal tool. They support natural development.
Pedagogy is the science that deals with the theory and practice of education (learning) and upbringing. For example, it shows how learning affects social and psychological development.
As parents of four children, we have incorporated our experiences into the development of the flashcards. These cognitive flashcards introduce babies to a world of culture and art. Therefore, you can use the pictures and patterns on these cognitive flashcards to tell your baby different stories.
A nine-month-old baby can see almost like an adult. At the age of 9 months, babies begin to crawl, experiencing distances and depth.
This phase is interesting because it is the phase of trial and error. It is also the phase of study and learning. Motor skills help nurture their sensory skills. It will also take them through the next stage of the learning process.
The sense of art
The sense of art is a complex cognitive ability that develops in babies from an early age. It is not fully developed in babies but through nurturing as they grow. Babies from 3 months can distinguish limited colours and some shapes.
Babies can learn about art from their parents or caregivers. We can do that by talking to them while showing them pictures or books. The more babies are exposed to different art forms, the better their understanding will become as they get older.