One Pair of Eyes
Middle and High School Curriculum
One-third of all eye injuries in the U.S. happen to children, but a full 90% are PREVENTABLE! One Pair of Eyes© was developed by Prevent Blindness and Nationwide Children's Hospital to positively affect Ohio students’ attitudes towards the use of personal eye protection, and their ability to identify appropriate eye health and safety practices.
Lesson plans include a variety of teaching techniques and feature activities to drive home relevant eye safety messages to Ohio’s teens. Overview and review videos are included, as well as Substitute Teacher Plans. One Pair of Eyes® extension activities are perfect “blizzard bag” assignments – everything is on-line!
CORE CURRICULUM FOR ALL GRADES
These Power Point presentations make it easy for teachers to integrate safety lessons into their classrooms.
Heat, Light and Firework Safety
These activities swere specifically created to help educators implement hands-on activities that meet the most current education standards.
Public Service Announcement Guidelines (High School)
Pinkeye Demonstration Instructions
Low-Vision Simulation Instructions
Eye Injury Simulation Instructions (High School)
2D/3D Art Project Instructions
"Are Your One Pair of Eyes in Jeoprady?" (High School) - Coming Soon
"Think Fast" First Aid Review Power Point (High School) - Coming Soon
"Think Fast" First Aid Review Scenarios (Middle School)
"Think Fast" First Aid Review - Text only
"Wheel of Fortune" A&P Vocabulary Review (Middle School)
Education experts review this program annually to ensure that it meets the most current education standards. See for yourself which standards can be met through One Pair of Eyes!
Ohio Physical Education Standards
Ohio Science Education Standards
National Health Education Standards
Documents in this section will assist in implementation of One Pair of Eyes as well as resources for special circumstances.
Curriculum Outline, 7th and 8th Grade
Curriculum Outline, High School
FOREIGN LANGUAGE RESOURCES
Some of the One Pair of Eyes games and resources have been translated into Spanish, Somali and Russian to assist your implementation of this program if you have ESL children in your classes. These documents are below, separated by category.