Pointing is far more than simply a cute thing a baby does. It marks a significant milestone in your child's development and visual perception skills. Why Learning to Point is Important Between the ages of nine and 12 months, your baby should finally be able to let you know about their feelings, thoughts and ideas. They do…Read more
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Not only will your child love playing with bubbles, but they're also an inexpensive and wonderful way of encouraging various areas of learning and development. Playing with bubbles not only provides the perfect opportunity to develop hearing, speech and language, but it can also help with a number of other important skills. Skills Bubble Blowing…Read more
Your child uses visual perception skills to make sense of what they see. This is essential for school skills like writing, reading and math. It's also good for life skills like reading maps and signs, taking part in crafts or hobbies and finding items in a busy space. Whether your child has a visual processing disorder or…Read more
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