Human Eye for Kids/Eye Anatomy Song

Human Eye for Kids/Eye Anatomy Song

October 7, 2019 100 By Ewald Bahringer


We are your eyes We are your eyes Our job’s to see the world around you Your most important sensory organ times two Let’s take a look into your eye to see of what they are comprised Then we’ll learn about the roles that they do play The crystal clear transparent layer is called the cornea It let’s us see the colored iris every day the black center in your iris is called your pupil Which brings us to the focus of your lens Then we travel through your vitreous humor it’s a clear jelly-like tissue my friends The retina makes up about sixty-five percent Of the inside of your eye you should know Your optic nerve can be found at the back of your eye onto the brain is where your nerve will go We are your eyes We are your eyes Our job’s to see the world around you Your most important sensory organ times two Some cool facts about your eyes: they’re about the same size as when you’re born to when you’re fully grown Your retina it has millions of photoreceptors But you only have two types called rods and cones The rods are way more sensitive But cannot tell colors and they’re mostly used when light is really low Your cones are mostly active in a higher light and can recognize all colors now you know Your eyes each have six muscles to help move them around the superior and inferior oblique then the medial and lateral rectus and superior and inferior rectus are not weak we are your eyes we are your eyes Our job’s to see the world around you your most important sensory organ times two When the light enters your eyes, through the cornea it flies then your iris decides what it should do if the light is really bright the iris closes real tight but if the light is dim it opens wide for you the iris regulates the pupil’s light intake so you can see in day and also in low light your lens stretches and retracts to focus what you’re looking at so you can clearly see the objects around you then the retina’s rods and cones take the light in pulses shown and sends it through the optic nerve to the brain the brain takes all that information and makes the final picture so take care of your eyes. Please don’t let them strain. We are your eyes We are your eyes Our job’s to see the world around you your most important sensory organ times two thanks for watching Kids Learning tube please subscribe below and join us next week to learn more about everything