Posted by Ann Z

Scenes from the Dallas meet-up

The Dallas event was held in the amazing Klyde Warren Park in downtown Dallas.  There were all sorts of great activities:  balloons sculptures and a ball toss and some great huge blocks and more.  Check out the great video of the festivities, or browse the photos. Special thanks to Dallas Youth Optical, Dr. Anthony Tran, … Continue reading »

Scenes from the Portland meet-up

Scenes from the Portland meet-up

The Portland meet-up was held at Columbia Park on Saturday.  There was a pinata shaped like a patch that the kids had a great time swinging at!  There were also alien cut-outs for photo shoots, and a “put the glasses on the kid” game, and of course, time to play. Click any photo to see … Continue reading »

Scenes from the Twin Cities meet-up

Scenes from the Twin Cities meet-up

Photos from some of the meet-ups are starting to come in.  I’m going to post them as I get them. The Twin Cities, MN meet-up was held at Como Park in St. Paul.  There was a great play ground, books to read, activities, face painting, and a picnic lunch. Click any photo to see a … Continue reading »

Let the online celebrations begin!!

It’s August 4th!  Happy Great Glasses Play Day to everyone!  Some meet-ups have happened, and others are set to happen soon, but now it’s time to celebrate online! Take a look at our ways to celebrate online.  Share your child’s story or the image above and then leave a comment to let us know about … Continue reading »

Celebrate with us online on Sunday, August 4

Celebrate with us online on Sunday, August 4

Everyone is invited to celebrate with us online on Sunday, August 4!  We want to share our happiness and thankfulness for our children’s vision, and in the process  raise more awareness of the importance of catching and treating vision issues early! We’ll have some giveaways, including children’s books, Great Glasses Play Day t-shirts, and glasses for … Continue reading »

Glasses Mask Tutorial!

Glasses Mask Tutorial!

This is based on an idea from Amanda at Educators’ Spin On It.  I love these masks — most masks don’t work well with glasses, they either slide off the glasses or fit poorly under them.  But these fit right on the glasses and stay up, because the glasses stay up.  I thought they’d be … Continue reading »