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Handmade

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food grade micro knitted fabric, hypoallergenic fill, nontoxic sublimation inks, woven elastic without latex

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PARENTI KMW2 “I DEVELOP MY EYESIGHT MINI 2”

I designed this cloth book in accordance with cognitive studies and adjusted to infant’s cognitive abilities.

Made of safe materials of the highest quality with a certificate OEKO-TEX® | STANDARD 100, using sublimation printing.

Format: 4.3 in x 4.3 in (11 cm x 11 cm), 8 pages;
Four rubber teethers soothing-massages gums;
It can be washed in a washing machine;
Hygienically packed in PP foil.

Cover fabric is soft like silk and unusually permanent, it also does not crease, it does not get dirty and it dries quickly. The book is filled with special foam ensuring hygiene and springiness. Pages do not curl, exposing illustrations perfectly.

“WHERE IS YOUR HAND? PUT YOUR HAND ON THE BOOK”

Playing with this book is a perfect exercise of an infant’s developing eyesight giving a lot of advantages:

• it trains eye accommodation
• it develops observation skills and eye-hand coordination
• It prevents sight deficiencies engaging eye muscles to make coordinated movements

A book cover image creates a type of layout in a baby’s memory which makes sense of next illustrations:

Recognizing a hand shape among vertical lines is harder than among horizontal ones. Our eyes are arranged horizontally to see a horizon line better. Because of this fact, we prefer reading horizontal texts and watching panoramic films.

Middle pages of the book stimulate receptor systems responding to colors like yellow/blue and green/red. These receptor systems are responsible for seeing all colors. Along straight lines, there are graphic elements activating receptors which are in charge of so-called image stabilization as well as completing the picture that you see. On the account of this fact, you can have an impression that horizontal lines are not parallel.

Left cerebral hemisphere:
In the future your baby’s eyes will often be staring at the text, so let it get used to it. This way a left cerebral hemisphere is more activated.

Right cerebral hemisphere:
A picture of branches is a typical element appearing in nature. This is an element which boosts thinking (it helps create mind maps). This way a right cerebral hemisphere is more activated.

It’s brilliant in its simplicity!

The images are optometrically adjusted for viewing by infants from a distance of about 10 in (25 cm).

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