Sensory Development

Your baby's improved vision and depth perception has not only piqued his curiosity about the world around, but has also established form constancy, where your baby recognizes that his teddy bear is still his teddy bear, even if it is upside down. Encourage his visual development by providing a quiet place to play (preferably without a TV) with visually stimulating objects placed at different locations, heights and distances. This will promote focus as well as motivate him to explore and learn. Also, let him see himself. Place an unbreakable mirror of good quality, without any sharp edges, in your baby's crib so he can look and smile at himself.

Why is Nutrition Important?

Neurological development, social development and learning ability are affected by proper nutrition. Support your baby’s development by providing him with all the nutrients he needs to reach his full potential.

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