1 TO 2 YEARS
Toddlers are curious little creatures. By now, eye-hand coordination and depth perception should be well-developed so they can happily explore everything they can get hold of. The fine motor and visual perceptual skills are now working together to help tiny fingers hold a crayon to scribble.
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO PREVENT EYE PROBLEMS IN TODDLERS
- • Roll a ball back and forth to help toddlers visually track objects.
- • Read to them so they learn to visualize what they’ve heard.
- • Play with puzzles to help them develop visual problem-solving skills.