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March 30, 2014
Form a Circle to Find Your Kid's Dominant Eye

Have your kid extend his right arm and form a circle with the thumb and fingers. Find a small object and look at it through the hole. Have your kid close just the left eye. Then, the right. If the object moved when the left eye closed, then the right eye is dominant. If the object moved when the right was closed, then the left is dominant.


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