High-Contrasting Black and White Images for Newborns

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High-Contrasting Black and White Images for Newborns

Newborn babies start developing their color vision gradually as they grow. At around three months, most babies start seeing colors. But in the first three months, newborn babies could just see black and white, and only focus at around 8-12 inches away from them. So, newborns are not sensitive to colors, but they would love black and white images. Researches have shown that high-contrasting black and white patterns can help babies develop their vision system. They can also encourage cognitive development without overstimulation.

This worksheet provides some simple black and white images of various shapes, such as star, egg, sun, flower, balls. Parents could use these images to calm and entertain newborn babies, as well as to stimulate the development of their vision and brain. You may also cut the sheet into several strips with different patterns.

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Basic Shapes with Increasing/Decreasing Sizes

Stars and Polygons Shapes

Stars and Polygons Shapes

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Black and White Images of Fruits for Newborn Babies

High-Contrasting Black and White Flashcards for Newborn Babies

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Black and White Flashcards of Animals for Newborn Babies

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Basic Shapes and Colors

Rectangles with Changing Dimensions in Width and Height

Rectangles with Changing Dimensions in Width and Height

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Six Different Types of Triangles

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Exercise for Sorting Shapes by Coloring

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Find and Count Basic Shapes in Compositions

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Cylinders with Changing Dimensions in Diameter and Height

Cylinders with Changing Dimensions in Diameter and Height

Common Symbol Signs - Pictograms

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Squares and Circles with Changing Sizes

Squares and Circles with Changing Sizes

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National flags of 20 largest countries by population

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Flags of International Organizations

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Road traffic safety signs for kids

Road traffic safety signs for kids

National flags of 20 largest countries by land area

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Flags of Group of Twenty G20 member countries

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Flags of Group of Seven G7 member countries

Flags of Group of Seven G7 member countries

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Fruits Pictures: Pomes, Drupes and Citruses

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Summary of Shapes and Colors on Road Signs for Kids

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