Maintaining healthy eyes is critical for young children, and can have a ripple effect as vision problems are often misdiagnosed as learning disabilities once they hit school-age.
Certain types of infant and toddler toys can actually stimulate visual development, improve hand-eye coordination and demonstrate spatial relationships. Toys with bright colors, stuffed animals, activity gyms, blocks, balls, stacking and nesting toys, buckets, puzzles, musical toys and more are all useful as tots learn to use these amazing tools called ‘eyes’.
As part of its continued commitment to proactive eye care and children’s visual health, VSP Vision Care, the largest provider of eye care benefits in the US, is giving one of our readers a $100 giftcard to Toys R Us to be used toward the purchase of eye-healthy toys.
Here are a few ways to enter:
The more times you enter, the more chances you have to win! Just remember to leave a comment for each contest entry you complete. (Ex. “I tweeted this” and then add the link of your tweet.)
Note: Please use a valid email address. Contest open to US residents only.
The winners will be chosen randomly. Giveaway ends Wednesday October 27, 2010. The winner will be reached by email, and announced on the blog on that same day.