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How does visual perception develop in infants?

How does visual perception develop in infants?

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Visual learning is very important for children to observe their environment and understand what is happening there. Once the visual data reaches the brain, it is interpreted and coded to remember. This process is excellent in some children, while some children face some deficiencies. Because the central nervous system does not work well, children cannot distinguish, remember or interpret objects even though they can see them. Visual perception monitoring in early childhood enables the child's condition to be detected as soon as possible and intervened as soon as possible. You can monitor your child by checking the visual perception development list below, and closely monitor your child's visual perception development.


1.tracks moving object
2.looks at people's faces
3.looks behind the outgoing object
4.examines the object in his hand
5.can see small objects
6.Uses 2 eyes parallel when looking


7.follows a walking man
8.looks from behind something falling
9.can look his own image in the mirror
10.can watch their own hands
11.recognize his own bottle
12.finds something hidden


13.can choose toy
14.recognize parents-siblings
15.follows the rolling ball with his eyes.
16.likes to look at himself in the mirror
17.likes to look at picture books
18.recognize contacts remotely


19.match objects together
20.shaking his head
21.prompts the stacking of cubes
22.recognizes the relocated box parts of his body
24.Place 2 objects in the image


25.distinguish two different sizes
26.distinguishes two colors
27.distinguish two different shapes
28.recognize neighbors and guests
29.distinguish the fork and spoon
30.queues two series of pictures


31.recognize his own outfit
32.distinguish teaspoons and teaspoons
33.finds two hidden objects
34.recognizes certain places when they see them again
35.see what is done in the picture shown
36.Distinguish the concepts of “one” and “many”


37.distinguish basic colors
38.3 length sorts
39.Sequences 5 series of pictures
40.Inserts 5 cubes
41.5 can replace the shape
42.adapt to outside environment


43.distinguish cars and animals
44.2 knows how much is the amount
45.finds 3 hidden objects
46.distinguish boys and girls
47.completes all parts
48.make large jigsaw puzzle

Utilized resources:
Get to know your child in 288 questions, Arem Publications.
Education Journal of Ümraniye Guidance and Research Center, March 2006, Issue 01

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