Guest Author - Dean Ingalls
Vision Issues fun word games and quizzes provide readers with an opportunity to take a deep breath and relax. The method of learning new information on vision through games and informative quizzes is an enjoyable way to learn.
The vision issues site contains WebPages with the following games:
1. Word search
The word search page contains a printable word search puzzle containing words relating to Vision Issues topics. Print out the puzzle and find out how many vision words you can find.
2. Word scrambles
The word scramble page provides a vision related word with the letters scrambled. The player simply works with the letters to form a vision word then enters a best guess. If the player’s guess is correct, the player wins. An incorrect guess reveals the word and the game offers the player an opportunity to play again.
The computer selects a vision related word. A series of blank spaces appears representing the number of letters in the word. An alphabetic letter list appears allowing the player to select a letter. If the chosen letter is incorrect, the letter disappears but if the letter is in the word then the letter shows up in the appropriate space in the word. A player loses the game when ten wrong letter guesses completes the hangman diagram. A hangman picture appears revealing a new body part added to the hangman each time the player enters a wrong letter selection. The player wins the game when the player enters a correct guess of the word.
The vision issues site contains the following quizzes:
1. Prevent Vision Loss – This quiz test your knowledge about vision issues. The quiz answer such questions as; “How often should you have an eye exam?” “What is a strabismus?” If you take the quiz, you can discover your level of vision knowledge. Remember knowledge is power and preventing vision loss starts with knowing how and what you should do to maintain healthy vision!
2. Vision Issues Editor Knowledge Quiz – this quiz offers the reader the opportunity to learn information about the Vision Issues Editor. I believe it is important to know what qualifies someone such as myself to write articles on vision Issues. The quiz provides information on my background, my struggle to maintain vision and management of life after vision loss. Read the Vision Issues Editor biography before taking the knowledge quiz. The editor biography is found by clicking on the editor photo or name located on the BellaOnline Vision Issues Homepage.
3. Do You Need An Eye Exam? This quiz provides information that can help you to identify signs and symptoms indicating it’s time for you to have an eye exam!
The web address for each game/quiz site is:
1. Word Scrabble webpage
2. Word Search webpage
3. Hangman webpage
4. Quiz webpage – the BellaOnline Homepage contains a link to the quiz master list. Click on the health and wellness quiz list then review the list of quizzes selecting the vision issues quiz you want to complete.
**Note: The Vision Issues Homepage – contains editor photo and name that you click on to find the editor’s biography. Reading the editor biography provides the information to complete the quiz.
Good luck playing the games and quizzes. Hope you have a great time!