Healthier Vision Begins Early
By 18 months old, most children’s hand-eye coordination develops enough for them to build small structures with blocks and draw shapes with crayons. When they’re 2 or 3 years old, kids are usually coordinated enough to perform more advanced tasks, like using scissors.
It’s vital that these visual milestones develop on time. Having age-appropriate visual skills ensures that kids are prepared for school and set up for success in the future.