When my 1- year-old baby saw KIBUNTENKA 's fabric panels for the first time, he smiled as brightly as the sun and reached out his hand.
I was so happy with the sight that I took this photo.
Later on, I learned that stimulating elements are extremely important in a baby's intellectual development.
In particular, it seems that visual stimulation has a big impact on the development of a baby's brain, and a nursery teacher who saw KIBUNTENKA 's fabric said, ``I think these beautiful colors are great for children's intellectual development!'' So I looked into it again.
The power of color and baby education
From birth to growth, babies understand and learn about the world through visual stimulation. Therefore, colors play a very important role in their intellectual upbringing. While pale colors may be calming and beautiful, stimulating colors are beneficial for your baby's developing brain. Let's take a closer look at why.
1. Promote brain development
Vibrant and stimulating colors increase baby's visual stimulation and promote brain development. These colors send visual information to the brain and strengthen neural connections. Surrounding yourself with objects that contain lots of attractive colors is a great way for your baby to have fun while learning.
2. Attract interest and stimulate the spirit of inquiry
Stimulating colors will attract your baby's interest and stimulate their exploration. Babies and children are often drawn to bright, bold colors and enjoy touching and exploring them. Stimulating your baby's curiosity and giving them an opportunity to learn new things.
3. Promote color recognition and language development
Stimulating colors promote color recognition and contribute to future language development. It helps your baby learn the names by seeing the colors and build the foundation of language. Exposure to colorful colors during childhood also improves one's aesthetic sense.
4. Emotional and emotional development
Stimulating colors also influence your baby's emotional and emotional development. Light colors evoke joy and excitement, while dark colors provide a sense of security. Seeing things expressed in various colors can improve your creativity and expressiveness.
Well, how was it? It seems that a colorful environment is effective for educational development ❤️
Why not display KIBUNTENKA fabric panels as touchable art?
It will soothe the tiredness of moms and dads who are raising children, so the whole family can feel refreshed.