Eye–hand coordination of infants
Updated: May 3
Eye-hand-foot and body coordination develops as babies start to crawl...
Eye-hand-foot and body coordination develops as babies start to crawl in about 8 months. In fact, eye–hand coordination of infants crawling for a long time was found to be better than infants walking without crawling. From the 9th month onwards, babies will try to stand up, reach out to the surrounding objects and try to hold them. These are all important for eye-body coordination. By the age of 2, the child's eye coordination and depth perception should be well developed. Children at this age are very interested in all kinds of stimuli from their environment..