First, make eye contact. Newborns most like to see their mother's face. When mother is watching him (her), the baby will focus on looking at her mother's face, the eyes become bright, extremely excited, and sometimes even dancing. Some individual baby will even stop sucking and concentrate on staring at mum when making eye contact. This is the most perfect human emotional communication and also the most basic visual skills training.
Second, use mini flashlight. Most babies not only like to see face of mother or father, but also like to see light. As the newborn's vision is still relatively weak, you can use mini-flashlight (a little bit light, must not be too strong) to train the baby's visual ability. First place the mini flashlight on one side of the baby, about 25 to 30 cm away from the baby's face. In first month, your baby will stare a little; after one month, if you slowly move the flashlight sideways, baby's eyes will follow your movements, generally after three months, the baby's eyes will complete 180 degrees to capture objects in motion.
Third, use static toy. When the newborn woke up, he (she) will open their eyes to look around. You can prepare for the baby pieces of wall charts, preferably black and white, can be striped, corrugated and other graphics. Charts should be placed 20 cm away from the eyes of the baby. As the newborns look at the new things for a longer time, so the chart should be replaced every 3 to 4 days. In addition, you can also hang in the baby's room some color balloons, lanterns and other small colored toys, hanging height of 20 to 35 cm or so.
Fourth, use dynamic toy. Newborns like to glance right and left, and pay very little attention to things in the front of them. Take some toys to move slowly in front of the baby. The appropriate distance between the baby's eyes and chase toys is about 15 to 20 cm. Training time cannot be too long, the general control of 1 to 2 minutes each time, and 2 or 3 times a day is appropriate, otherwise it will cause the baby's visual fatigue. In addition to learning chasing toys, mother can also use her own face to guide the baby to chase. Move face to the left or right side, up and down, or circle to let baby chase to see. This method not only trains baby's visual ability, but also let his neck get exercised.