With more schools, cities and businesses issuing mask mandates and recommendations, here are several local businesses that offer kid-sized face coverings in the Oklahoma City metro.
(Editor’s note: This is a working list. Please check back often for updates. Know of an organization that sells kid-size masks not listed? Email us at email@example.com.)
Clift Craft Corner has a selection of two-layer child masks in a variety of colors and patterns.
The Market at Northpark (12202 N May Ave) is a collection of local vendors offering several mask styles. Prizes range from $3-$20.
Nana’s Lil Kreations offers handmade cotton masks in a variety of sizes and fabric choices. Sizes range from extra-small child to extra-large adult and cost $6. Can be made in two and four-layer options.
Oklahoma Shirt Company offers bulk and custom-print masks for schools, youth groups and sports teams.
OK Sewing Bar offers custom masks. Choose from a variety of size, styles and fabrics. They also will donate a mask to a local school of your choice with each purchase and have a special awareness option that supports The Dragon Fly Home in Oklahoma City, an organization that provides services for victims and survivors of human trafficking.
Once Upon a Child South (10400 S Western Ave) has masks that fit kids ages 3-11 starting at $5.99 each.
Showplace Market (2001 S Broadway, Moore) features various local vendors including a selection that offer handcrafted masks and neck gaiters.
Use these helpful tips to help your child adapt to wearing a mask from the Oklahoma Academy of Family Physicians.