Let's Go Outside  | My Little Booky Wooky
Let's Go Outside  | My Little Booky Wooky
Let's Go Outside  | My Little Booky Wooky
Let's Go Outside  | My Little Booky Wooky
Let's Go Outside  | My Little Booky Wooky
$13.95

$15.95

Let's Go Outside | My Little Booky Wooky

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These black and white development books are beautifully designed board books for babies aged 0-6months.

A newborn’s vision begins very poor and blurry. The best way to stimulate a newborn’s vision is by using high contrast pictures. Studies have proven that black and white images register powerfully on a baby’s retina and send the strongest visual signals to the baby’s brain. Stronger signals means greater brain growth and faster visual development.
Benefits of using black and white books:

  • Black and white images can soothe and relax a crying baby.
  • High contrast images can assist a baby with tummy time by placing the book in front of them.
  • Black and white books can encourage babies with flat head syndrome to turn their heads to the other side.
  • High contrast images provide the baby with something simple and engaging to focus on, and in this focus or intense concentration they can allow their minds to rest.
  • A baby cannot see pastel colours properly for several months after birth. It is recommended to surround a baby with as much black and white as possible in the early months for visual stimulation and development.
  • A black and white book to babies is a wonderful activity for parents to do with their little ones, strengthening their bond as well as introducing books to a baby at an early age.

 

Let’s Go Outside -  As the title suggests, the theme of the book is the outdoors. Create your own story as you go through the book 

 

Let’s Celebrate - This book is all about celebratory occasions, it allows parents and caregivers to tell their baby a variety of stories for each page based on their own experiences.

Item details: 16 page board book, 15 x 15cm. 

Written by Biance Eberling - these books have been shortlisted book of the year in 2016 & 2018 by Speech Pathology Australia.