Every child must “learn” to use vision to create experiences necessary for perceptual development. In this way, the child creates a unique visual style and ultimately a learning style that will be used in education, sports, and all aspects of daily life. The visual process is the main way in which children explore relationships affecting social interaction, learning, coordination, and self-esteem.
“Seventy percent of all of the sensory nerves in the entire body receive impulses from the eyes. Over eighty percent of all learning experiences come through a child’s vision. “ – Gesell