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Stimulating Visual Pathways

Color Used in Stimulating Visual Pathways

Colors can also play an important role in stimulating visual pathways. For example, pastel colors are more soothing and relaxing than strong bright ones. Pastels help children enter into the best state of mind for learning. Below are some examples showing what some experts call the "positive expressions of color". You may find this interesting!

Blue: Power, will, faith, protection, courage.

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Visual Stimulation in Learning

Visual Stimulation Helps Shape Our Child's Mind in Powerful Ways

Your child needs proper visual stimulation

When considering how we learn through visual stimulation, science tells us the neurons that handle visual processing make up about 30% of the brain's cortex - more than double that of hearing and touch combined. I believe what we take in through our eyes to be the most influential of all our senses. Through visual processing, our brain stores both negative and positive impressions at conscious and subconscious levels. These imprints can have a profound influence on the way we think and learn.

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