1 edition of I need glasses found in the catalog.
I need glasses
Written in English
Answers questions about glasses, including how they protect eyes, how optometrists measure vision, and why some people need glasses.
|Series||Tell me why, Tell me why? (Cherry Lake Publishing)|
|LC Classifications||RE976 .C65 2016|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
|ISBN 10||163362613X, 1633627039|
|ISBN 10||9781633626133, 9781633627031|
|LC Control Number||2014047989|
I Need Glasses by Jennifer Colby, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3). Fits national reading standards by linking images to the text to provide picture clues and introducing age-appropriate vocabulary. - The repetitive language.
Glasses, Who Needs Em by Lane Smith is a fantastic book for children who dread the thought of having glasses, due to the stigma that defines them as nerdy or, as the young boy describes them, dorky. The little boy in the book, who has a head just as large as every Lane Smith character, is complaining to the eye doctor about how he does not want /5. If people need glasses, there are usually warning signs that tell them it's time for an eye exam. These warning signs should be acknowledged in order that vision does not deteriorate even further. The American Optometric Association recommends that children have their first eye exam by .
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We even ordered an extra copy for my husband's practice and my son's preschool. The story is about a boy who needs glasses and visits the eyedoctor. The process of an eye exam, as well as some equipment is explained in easy terms. It's a great book /5(9). I Need Glasses offers answers to their most compelling questions about their eyesight.
Age-appropriate explanations and appealing photos encourage readers to continue their quest for knowledge. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words. Read more Read lessAuthor: Jennifer Colby. She also needs them to see starlight with a telescope, to write letters to her friends, to draw, and finally, to read stories to her little brother.
As a reader the book is fairly simple with 53 words. Examples: and, are, help, between, brother, glasses, night, next, need, friends, stories, them, want and where.4/4(1). This is a great picture book or early reader particularly if you're about to take your child for an eye test or if they might need glasses.
Less focus on the dealing with wearing glasses and more on what happens during an optometrist visit but nice with enough details to /5. I Need Glasses book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
- Fits national reading standards by linking images to the text to pr /5. Our son needs glasses so we wanted a book to help him get used to the idea, but not only does Lola not need glasses in this book, but it says her eyes are strong as if it's a good thing she doesn't need glasses.
Not really the message I wanted to give my son. Very disappointing/5(16). Luckily over the years, a wonderful collection of books have been published about glasses for young children. These books are great at helping kids with both the process of getting glasses, and the feeling of being different that can accompany this change.
Here are my favorite picture books about getting and wearing glasses. Test out a few to see which one works best. Hold a book or magazine 14 to 16 inches away from your face, and see if the glasses make the print easier to read.
You might need two different strengths -- one pair for very close reading and one for middle distances like your computer : Stephanie Watson. These glasses that read for you are a life changer for people and can help them achieve greater independence.
Reading is not only important for day to day activities, it is also a well-loved hobby. Feeling the pages between your fingers as you get lost in a novel is an experience that many OrCam users missed when losing their vision.
It may be a little tough sometimes to figure out which you need at a given time. This brief guide will help you better understand your eyeglass options as well as when you need computer glasses or when readers might be a better option.
Computer Glasses: Reduce eye strain and lessen screen glare. The book explains four reasons some might need to wear glasses and also how poor vision can affect one's life negatively. This book might be useful to someone anticipating his/her first visit to an optometrist since it is reassuring about this big change and about the office visit, which is /5.
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The old joke is that your arms have gotten shorter. You can no longer read the menu or your cell phone. Most people get reading glasses at this point. If you have worn contacts or glasses, in your mid-forties you find that you need contacts plus reading glasses, or you need bifocal glasses.
Get this from a library. I need glasses. [Jennifer Colby] -- Answers questions about glasses, including how they protect eyes, how optometrists measure vision, and why some people need glasses.
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To get the free app, enter your mobile phone : Angelika Wolff. Our granddaughter was recently diagnosed with a "lazy eye". She took to this book immediately and after hearing it only a few times, she was "reading" it to herself and anyone who would listen.
The book reinforces reasons glasses are needed. It is colorful and has an easy cadence-the title is repeated throughout the book.5/5(1). I need glasses. [Charlie Thomas; Jennifer P Goldfinger] -- A little girl who cannot find her glasses searches frantically for them so that she can read a story to her little brother.
If you are beginning to notice signs and.With the printed sheet 14″ away, attempt to read the top line without reading glasses. Continue down the chart until you find a line you can read clearly without your glasses on – this is the diopter (power/magnification) you need.
Tip: Make sure to remove your glasses when you use the diopter test. If you have different vision needs in.Get this from a library! I need glasses: my visit to the optometrist.
[Virginia Dooley; Stéphanie Roth Sisson] -- Nick describes what happened when he went to the optometrist to get glasses.