For nearsightedness: You might hear it called myopia. It means your child can see OK up close but objects far away are blurry.
For farsightedness: It’s also called hyperopia. It means she can see OK far away, but things up close are blurry.
For astigmatism: That’s when her eye isn’t shaped the way it should be, so everything looks blurry to some degree.
For amblyopia: One eye is weaker than the other.
How the eyes move
To make sure the eyes are lined up right
How the eyes react to changes in light and darkness