Visual stimulation is essential for children’s psycho-motor development as vision is the least developed sense in a newborn baby. Visual capability develops as children grow, enabling them to perceive their environment more clearly.

In play areas, fun activities based on visual effects allow children to explore different features : colours, intensity, dark/light contrast, shapes, distances, optical illusions, etc.

These activities stimulate curiosity and memory, improving children’s powers of concentration to help them assimilate details or understand colour associations.

Don’t hesitate to add some touches of colour to the play area in your park or school with playground equipment designed specifically for visual stimulation.

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