About Human Eye
Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to color the parts of the human eye. Use the word bank below to identify parts of the eye. Did you know?
The eye is the organ that collects images and sends them to the brain, so you can see. The eye is protected by the bones of your skull and six muscles. Light comes through the pupil which causes the cornea and lens to focus on an image. When the image is projected through the eye, onto the retina wall, the image appears upside down. Eye Vocabulary: 1. Lens 2. Pupil 3. Eyelid 4. Retina 5. Choroid 6. Vitreous Humor 7. Iris 8. Sclera 9. Cornea 10. Optic Nerve 11. Tear Duct 12. Retinal Blood Vessel Answers:
A=12; E=8; I=9; B=10; F=6; J=7; C=4; G=1; K=11; D=5; H=2; L=3