Eye Idioms ~ Download our Free Poster

“I like you; your eyes are full of language.” ~ Anne Sexton

January is Eye Care Awareness Month, and we hope you’ll take the opportunity to discuss eye health with your English learners. After all, eyes are extremely important when it comes to language learning! Our new designer Robyn has created a free poster of Eye Idioms for you to use in your classroom. Download the full-size PDF version by clicking on the image or link below.

Download the large-size printable Eye Idioms PDF


Related Lesson Plans for Eye Care Awareness Month

We hope you’ll also check out our Health Matters lesson plan: 9 Tips for Better Eye Health. In this lesson plan, students learn tips for taking care of their eyes. They also play a fun game called “dot-to-dot” and take part in a role-play activity. Who will be the optometrist? Listen to the podcast preview of our Eye Health lesson plan here. We also have an interesting lesson plan on Braille in our Famous Things section. Check out the podcast preview of our Braille lesson plan here.

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