Healthy eyes activity book for primary schools
An activity book for children about how to look after their eyes and what to do if they or their family has a problem with their eyes.
Each section ends with a summary of the main health messages to prevent blindness. All the illustrations are done by children with line drawings which encourages them to be active as they read it.
Authors: Victoria Francis, Boateng Wiafe.
Publisher: International Centre for Eye Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Published: 2007, 2nd ed.
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View this resource in parts:
- Preface: PDF (155Kb)
- 1 Look after your eyes PDF (265Kb)
- 2 What makes some people blind? PDF (95Kb)
- 3 Prevent blindness from accidents PDF (590Kb)
- 4 Prevent blindness from sickness PDF (365Kb)
- 5 Healthy food for healthy eyes PDF (325Kb)
- 6 Spectacles for those who need them PDF (325Kb)
- 7 Do not treat eye problems yourself PDF (345Kb)
- 8 Blindness from cataract can be cured PDF (175Kb)
- 9 What can we do to help blind people? PDF (210Kb)
- 10 Prevent blindness in your community PDF (305Kb)
- Glossary for the teacher PDF (70Kb))
- Acknowledgements PDF (110Kb)
- Near vision chart PDF (75Kb)
- Distance vision E chart PDF (45Kb)
This resource is available in print: Price: Free to low- and middle- income countries, £5 to high income countries. To order a copy please send your name, job title and postal address to Anita Shah. Email: Admin@cehjournal.org. AddPostal address: International Centre for Eye Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street, London WC1E 7HT, United Kingdom