Protecting Your Child's Eyes and Sight
There are many things you can do to keep your child's eyes healthy and seeing clearly from birth through the teen years.
How Can I Help My Child Develop Good Eyesight?
Make sure your baby is following moving objects with his or her eyes and developing eye-hand coordination. If he or she seems delayed, talk to your child's doctor.
As your baby grows into an active child, continue to encourage good eyesight by providing visually stimulating toys that will improve motor and eye-hand coordination skills. Some good examples are:
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