Baby Eyesight Development Chart



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EARLY CHILDHOOD VISUAL DEVELOPMENT LEARNING: SIGNIFICANCE OF VISION • Vision is a dominant process in the growth, development, and performance of children • Eighty percent (80 ) of what children learn is acquired through the visual processing of information LEARNING: SIGNIFICANCE OF VISION • Vision affects every aspect of a child’s development: – Gross and fine motor skills – Language skills – Imitation and repetition – Interaction and social skills 1 LEARNING: SIGNIFICANCE OF VISION • Vision affects every aspect of a child’s learning: – Reading a book – Copying from the blackboard – Interacting in the playground with gym equipment – Playing sports 

VISION SKILLS THAT DEVELOP BEFORE A CHILD’S 1ST BIRTHDAY Eye Movements: 2-3 months Accommodation: 2-3 months Contrast sensitivity: 2-3 months Colour vision: 3-4 months Stereopsis: 6 months Visual acuity: 8 months Refractive error: 12 months 

RISK FACTORS FOR VISION PROBLEMS • Pre-natal infections and trauma • Premature birth • Complications during delivery (long labour, oxygen deprivation) • Childhood illnesses (viral diseases, high fever) • Developmental / genetic syndromes • Cerebral palsy • Hearing impairment • Family history of high refractive error, strabismus, amblyopia 2 

VISUAL MILESTONES By age… Your child should… Birth to 1 month Fixate briefly on bright lights or faces, although one or both eyes may wander out of position 1-3 months Watch your face when being talked to Follow moving objects horizontally Look towards new sounds 3-5 months Begin to reach for nearby objects Look at items held in his/her hand 

VISUAL MILESTONES By age… Your child should… 5-7 months Begin to look for more distant objects and people around the room Have eyes straight most of the time 7-12 months Use accurate focusing, eye tracking and depth perception to locate, recognize and crawl towards objects of interest Attend to books and/or television

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