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Where to find kid-sized masks in OKC

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 tips@metrofamilymagazine.com.) 

Clift Craft Corner has a selection of two-layer child masks in a variety of colors and patterns.

Face Guardians manufactures reusable, multi-layered face coverings. The one-size fits most pattern has two ear holes to adjust to fit adults and children. Masks are $9.95.

Green Bambino (5120 N Shartel Ave) has kid-sized, three-ply masks in pink and blue with a cotton inner layer, filter pocket and adjustable ear loops. They also have adult size masks, neck gaiters and careful keys.

Kidoodles ToyZone (425 W Main St, Norman) has a variety of masks in stock including Watchitude disposable masks.

Kristys Flowers and Gifts at the Center of Family Love (635 W Texas Ave, Okarche) sells children’s and adult masks and will ship anywhere in the US. Proceeds from the gift shop benefits individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities at the center. Email giftshop@cflinc.org to order masks.

Learning Tree (7638 N Western Ave) has a selection of kid-size masks in stock.

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.

 

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