- Early visual experiences are important for visual perception development from brain development perspective
- Through play you can stimulate visual perception and encourage movement for babies, toddlers and young kids
- Training for athletes can be specifically designed to enhance visual perception
We know from research that sufficient early visual experiences are very important in developing visual perception skills. This article will help you understand how visual perception develops over time and how during play with babies, toddlers or young kids you can facilitate its development. Stimulating visual experiences also helps encourage movement and fundamental perceptual motor skill development. For older kids and athletes, play and practice can be specifically targeted towards improving sport specific visual perception. If you haven’t already, it is advised that you read 'What is visual perception?'.
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