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Child’s Vision Development

How does your little one see the world around him? When your child is born, he will finally discover his new world. 

1 min to read By Danial Ahmad , Author Oct 15, 2015

How does your little one see the world around him?

When your child is born, he will finally discover him new world. But did you know that your child’s vision is very different from that of an adult? He will need a few months before he can make out colours and shapes as well as his parents. Read on to see how your child’s vision develops during his first year.

Age

Shapes

Colours

6 months

His eyes are around 2⁄3 the size of fully-developed eyes.

he can use both eyes for binocular vision.

Same perception as an adult.

1 year

He can coordinate his eye movement with his body movement.

Same perception as an adult.

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