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Toddler Glasses

Soft, flexible eyeglass frames for toddlers, kids, and pre-teens with adjustable, detachable strap to keep glasses safely and comfortably in place.

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    FAQ

  • What Type of Glasses Is Best for a Toddler?

    The best pair of glasses for a toddler is durable and flexible enough to outlast playtime. When choosing glasses for your kid, focus on finding the most comfortable fit and a pair that's easy for them to wear.

  • How Should a Toddler's Glasses Fit?

    A child's glasses frame should be about the same width as their face without touching their cheeks or extending beyond the widest part of their head. There should be little to no space between the frame and the bridge of your child's nose. Metal frames with adjustable nose pads can help achieve optimal fit for older children. Temples should extend to the ears but not beyond them.

  • How Can I Introduce Glasses to My Toddler?

    Put the glasses on your child, then distract them with an activity they love. Encourage and praise your kid when they wears their new glasses, especially until it becomes a regular habit. Before you know it, they'll don them like it's second nature.

  • How Do You Keep Eyeglasses on a Toddler?

    Making glasses a part of the daily routine will reinforce the habit of wearing new glasses. Elastic or rubber straps and temple extenders that wrap around the ear can keep glasses in place on toddlers and active kids. The proper fit is critical to success with new glasses.

  • How Long Does It Take for Children to Get Used to Glasses?

    It varies from child to child, but in general, your kid should get used to their new eyewear in a few days to a few weeks.

  • Where Can I Buy Toddler Glasses?

    Find durable, flexible and stylish glasses for toddlers, kids and preteens starting at just $5.95 at Payne Glasses.

    FAQ

  • What Type of Glasses Is Best for a Toddler?

    The best pair of glasses for a toddler is durable and flexible enough to outlast playtime. When choosing glasses for your kid, focus on finding the most comfortable fit and a pair that's easy for them to wear.

  • How Should a Toddler's Glasses Fit?

    A child's glasses frame should be about the same width as their face without touching their cheeks or extending beyond the widest part of their head. There should be little to no space between the frame and the bridge of your child's nose. Metal frames with adjustable nose pads can help achieve optimal fit for older children. Temples should extend to the ears but not beyond them.

  • How Can I Introduce Glasses to My Toddler?

    Put the glasses on your child, then distract them with an activity they love. Encourage and praise your kid when they wears their new glasses, especially until it becomes a regular habit. Before you know it, they'll don them like it's second nature.

  • How Do You Keep Eyeglasses on a Toddler?

    Making glasses a part of the daily routine will reinforce the habit of wearing new glasses. Elastic or rubber straps and temple extenders that wrap around the ear can keep glasses in place on toddlers and active kids. The proper fit is critical to success with new glasses.

  • How Long Does It Take for Children to Get Used to Glasses?

    It varies from child to child, but in general, your kid should get used to their new eyewear in a few days to a few weeks.

  • Where Can I Buy Toddler Glasses?

    Find durable, flexible and stylish glasses for toddlers, kids and preteens starting at just $5.95 at Payne Glasses.

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