High Contrast Images, Apps, Flashcards and Slideshows for Babies

Visual Stimulation you can print at home or bring to life on your iPhone or iPad.

High Contrast Images for Baby

Read on to learn how you can encourage the development of your baby’s vision with high-contrast images.

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Decades of research has shown that time spent looking at black and white (high-contrast) images benefits a baby’s cognitive development.

Why are high contrast images good for babies?

  • A baby’s color vision isn’t fully developed until around 5 months old. Initially, black, white, and gray tones are the only thing they can really see initially. They’ll begin to start seeing red around 5 months.
  • A baby’s retina registers the strongest when looking at high contrast images.
  • High contrast images with bold black and white shapes stimulate the optic nerves. This trains a newborn’s vision and teaches the eye muscles and brain to coordinate and function properly.
  • Showing your baby simple, high contrast images will help calm and soothe your baby as well as increase their concentration skills, enhance their natural curiosity, and stimulate the creation of brain cell connections.

Free Infant Stimulation for Baby on your iPhone or iPad


High Contrast Images of Baby Animals – Made by a Mom

Black and White Shapes and Faces for Visual Stimulation

I created the Infant Zoo App for other moms and dads.

Infant Zoo was created by a mom for a baby with an obsession for zoo animals (especially ones that roar) and peek-a-boo games. Well, that baby has just turned 13 and has since moved on to skateboarding, Minecraft, and chess, but she’s still making apps. You can learn more about them and her at treebettykids.com .

Infant Zoo App for iPhone and iPad

Animated High Contrast Images for Babies

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