WHY YOU SHOULD BUY HIGH-CONTRAST CARDS?
- Stimulates baby’s vision skills
- Aids early brain development
- Lengthen their attention span
- Enhances eye muscles and brain coordination
- Makes tummy time fun and extended
- Calms baby’s fussy behavior
- Ideal gifting option for Christmas or baby showers!
HOW TO USE THEM?
• Place the high contrast baby cards at a distance of 8 to 10 inches from the baby in his line-of-sight. Can be pasted on a wall near the baby and later can help in increasing tummy time.
• Show one card at a time to the baby and move the card in one direction (left to right or right to left). Check if the baby’s eyes follow the movement of the cards, this will help the baby to differentiate two different objects.
• Black and white flash cards can be used from birth (0 to 3 months) till the baby grows into a toddler. They are suitable for newborns, infants, and toddlers. They can be used in different ways, one card many activities!
DIFFERENT WAYS OF USING
• Use them as flashcards
• Decorate the baby’s room
• Use them as placemats
• Paste them on the wall for coloring when they grow up
• Can be used for matching with objects
• As memory games (print out as many copies as you want!)
WHAT WILL YOU GET?
➤ 36 page PDF Files (one for printing on US Letter size and one on A4 size) containing 70 high contrast black and white Christmas cards with 35 unique images.
➤ Each page has 2 cards, each card size is 7″ x 5″ (inches)
Product Type: Digital Instant Download
PLEASE NOTE NO PHYSICAL PRODUCT WILL BE MAILED TO YOU.
● The actual colors of your printed product may slightly vary due to variations in your printer settings, screen configurations, and monitor differences. We recommend you to run a test print of your purchase.
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High Contrast Baby Cards (PDF)
Christmas high contrast printable baby cards make an excellent and economical gift for newborn babies! Black and white sensory flash cards are perfect for stimulating vision and cognitive skills in infants.
Newborn babies visualize the world only in shades of black and white (0-6 months), hence monochromatic colors and patterns help in visual and brain stimulation. They serve an important purpose in early childhood development. These Christmas-themed black and white images are both fun and educational!