Over the last few years John John has become a wonderful friend of Bright Eyes. He is an incredibly fun and inquisitive young man who loves to make YouTube videos. Everyone was impressed by his cute and surprisingly accurate early video about Eyes. After that, we started emailing and he eventually joined us for videos on How to Go to the Eye Doctor (over 22K views!), How to Get Vision Therapy (with me) , and How to Get Sports Vision Training (with Dr. Beth). He has also done videos on How Glasses are Made and How to Use Google Cardboard.
I’ve put the videos here in chronological order so you can see how John John has grown and the videos have improved over time.
And John John doesn’t just do videos about vision. Here are some favorites:
You can see all of John John’s videos and find out how to get in touch with him at his website http://amazingjohnjohn.blogspot.com/
I think we have found our primary training video for all employees! It is great. You simply MUST watch this amazing educational video about eyes, vision, and eye disease. For one thing, it is adorable! Second, it is quite accurate.
If you have a child who is interested in the eyes and vision, watch this video with them. They will enjoy it, I promise. It covers:
Parts of the eye:
- Vitreous Body
- Optic Nerve
- Macular Degeneration
- Diabetic Eye Problems.
It also has cool eye and vision science experiments. And as my friend Ann Z from Little Four Eyes said after watching the video, “All science experiments should involve safety glasses and oreos.” I couldn’t agree more. 🙂
This video is part of the Learning is Fun series, created by the Amazing John John and his mom. Think of him as Bill Nye, only cuter and shorter. A very curious and photogenic little guy, he has done videos on everything from magnets to layers of the earth. I’ve watched a bunch with my kids and they love them. My staff does, too. You can check him out at http://amazingjohnjohn.wordpress.com. He is on Twitter and Facebook, too.
Can’t wait to see more from him!
And don’t forget! Sunday, August 4th is the Great Glasses Play Day! Tons of activities for kids (and grown-ups!). Free sunglasses (like those above) for all kids!
All the best!
By Nathan Bonilla-Warford, OD
Bright Eyes Family Vision Care
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