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Eyes: Games

Games

Desktop games are a great way to stimulate interest and motivate kids. Here you will find links to an assortment of interactive games and activities from the Internet for use in your classroom. They cover this topic and can be used in a computer lab, on an interactive whiteboard, or on individual computer systems. There are a variety of skill levels in these activities.

Flash, Java, Shockwave, QuickTime or other interactive plug-ins may be required. Each individual site will advise you as to the needs, as necessary.

The Eyes Have It

Eyes

Here is a great simulation of the eye and its movements. Disable one of the many muscles or nerves to see how this impacts the eye's ability to track movement. Then take a quiz about what you learned. Great for use on the interactive whiteboard.

Eye Animation

Anatomy of and Eye

Check out this way cool animation about the structure of the eye. Great for review or for first level instruction. Upper grades. You can take a quiz too.

Reflection Game

Reflection



Light is necessary for us to see. Can you drag the mirror to the right location to get the light to shine just where you want it? Really tricky!!

Eye Eye Eye Game

Eye Parts

Can you name the parts of the eye? Click here to give it a try.

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