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Hi

 

We have done this one lots of times... probably by obvious you mean making cardboard glasses, eye charts, we put the doctors kit out, have a reception with telephone, keyboard ,paper and pens, seats and magazines.

 

But last week i was in woolworths and bought lots of sets of sunglasses as they were only 50p each and i thought they would be good to have in the opticians the next time we do it as they are only plastic....

 

Also the last time we did it gotl ots of posters from the opticians...

 

sorry cant be ANY MORE HELP.... :o:(xD:(

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hi we have done this one too and we trawled around our local opticians and begged

them for spare glasses.They gave s a selection of frames ,minus glass which the children really enjoyed wearing

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hi we have done this one a few times for our senses topic. we decorated the display wall with children's paintings (large faces wearing 'pipe cleaner glasses') We also made eye charts with keywords getting progressively smaller.

We had an appointment book and appointment cards that could be put into a 'file'.

We also put in coloured gel paper(to explore the effects) and card templates for them to make their own glasses (we showed them how to in a focued activity first and then they were away) What about some magnifying glasses? or even a microscope? Just a thought

have fun

Liza :o

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What about using binoculars that are out of focus for the children to look through (if they are out of focus for you they probably will be for them too.) This will give them a good idea of what it is like to have poor vision.

Linda

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We're doing senses this term. As I have really bad eyesight (contact lemses, thank goodness, no bottle-bottom spex for me!!), I was going to show the children some old contact lenses and talk about hygiene routines, emphasising how important cleanliness is for eyes, too.

 

Sue :D

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