Tag: kids eyes
Have you ever wondered how optical illusions really work? Or if you’re a parent, have you ever been stumped by your kid wanting you to explain one? Here’s a brief explanation of how some of them work and a great activity to do with your kids for illustration.
Have you ever noticed how the small black dot in the middle of your eye changes size? When you wake up in the middle of the night and flip a light on, does it take a moment for you to be able to see properly? These two occurrences are actually related to one another. They […]
In-person, mixed instruction or still fully virtual – back-to-school plans for our children vary across the country. Planning for your child’s return to school this fall will undoubtedly be filled with unknowns. As parents, we can’t control everything, but one thing we can do is ensure our kids are prepared for learning in whatever form […]
Think About Your Eyes was pleased to connect with Dr. Rachael Wruble, OD of Belmont Eye to focus on what is happening with children’s vision during the current pandemic. Dr. Wruble was named 2017 Young Optometrist of the Year, 2018 Young Optometrist of the South, and 2018 Women in Optometry Theia Award. She completed her […]
Most parents feel we have a good handle on our children’s health. We keep an eye on our kids’ daily routines, make sure they eat their fruits and veggies, keep them home when they have a fever…all of the normal stuff. But most of our information comes from watching what they do or asking questions. […]