List of Child Friendly Face Masks for Social Distancing

By 6/12/2020 03:29:00 PM

As different states and business begin to open again, families are going outside to enjoy various activities. Now that face masks are essential requirements for entering most places, families are looking for masks that fit into their lifestyles, especially for their children.

Here are a few child friendly (3yrs to teen) face masks families should know about. Many of which also give back to and support the community in some way.

As I find more kid masks, I'll update this list! (updated 8/7/20)





The new Crayola licensed SchoolMaskPack reusable face mask system comes with five super soft, dual layer masks that are machine washable. The masks come in different colors and licensed designs to encourage fresh usage Monday through Friday.

Each set comes with a calendar card for the fridge to help kids and parents plan daily use and a mesh laundry bag for easy machine washing. Washed weekly, each mask can be worn for best use up to 6 months.

SchoolMaskPack will donate part of the proceeds to the #KidsHelpingKids charitable fund that aids those most affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

To learn more, visit - www.schoolmaskpack.com




LoquaciTee reusable/washable face masks made from cotton blend fabrics. These masks have 2 layers with a pocket where a filter can be added if needed (not included).

Various selections of prints available. Youth fits most 5 year olds-9 year olds. Adult S/M fits tweens-adults

To learn more, visit - www.etsy.com/shop/LoquaciTee



GIR kids masks (ages 4-12) come in five glow-in-the-dark colors and are made of the same durable, platinum-grade silicone as their grownup counterparts. This breathable face shield is made with medical-grade, FDA and LFGB approved silicone.

Fitted with a filter. Each kit comes packaged with five filters.

Unlike cloth masks, GIR masks can be sterilized in a variety of household or professional settings, from kitchen sinks and microwaves to autoclaves, or simply wiped down with disinfectant on the go.

To learn more, visit - www.gir.co




During the Covid19 pandemic, Sonia’s company, Mixed Up Clothing made the quick pivot from making apparel to making and distributing 100% cotton face masks. A critical care Registered Nurse, she combined her experience in medicine with design to create and sew fabric face masks following the CDC guidelines.

Sonia’s “Buy 1, Donate 1” initiative has provided over 3k donated masks that have gone to medical personnel, first responders, essential workers, The Sioux Nation, migrant farm workers, the unhoused and other vulnerable populations.

To learn more, visit - www.mixedupclothing.com



MaskClub™, a subscription-based buy one, donate one online mask destination, new line of kid-sized masks are double-ply cloth masks printed and sewn in the USA with fun designs like Sesame Street, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and Nickelodeon favorites like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and more.

MaskClub is the first and only company to offer a mask subscription model, where customers will receive a new mask every month from their favorite brand. Subscriptions are $9.99/ month and customers will have access to exclusive art and exclusive brand launches in the future.

To learn more, visit - www.MaskClub.com



ViacomCBS Consumer Products has partnered with multiple global licensees to create face masks, which are not for medical use, featuring iconic Nickelodeon characters including SpongeBob SquarePants, PAW Patrol, Blue’s Clues & You! and JoJo Siwa.

All ViacomCBS proceeds from the sales of Nickelodeon face masks will benefit Save the Children’s COVID-19 Global Response and will be redistributed to the region where the mask was purchased.

Face masks with imagery across various ViacomCBS properties including the Star Trek franchise and programs across MTV and CBS are available on sites including MTVShop/ WildnOutShop, CBSStore and StarTrekShop. Proceeds from these ViacomCBS properties will go to charities that align with each brand.

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1 comments

  1. Masks are so important these days, i love the options you have shared

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