Kid's Eyeglasses

If your children need glasses, look no further than America's Best! America's Best lets you and your child choose from a wide selection of frames in the latest colors and styles. Our collection includes designs from top brands from Skechers and Pepe Jeans.

Like their parents, kids can get TWO pairs of eyeglasses for $69.95 with a free eye exam ($45 value) package. If your child is 13 or under, the package comes with impact resistant polycarbonate lenses! For children 13 and older, you'll get two pairs of $59.95 frames with single vision uncoated plastic lenses.

Bring your child into one of our over 500 America's Best locations today or schedule your child's eye exam online!

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Increased Safety For Your Kids' Eyeglasses

We all know how tough kids are on glasses. Fortunately, America's Best is here to give you peace of mind. We upgrade glasses for children 13 and under to impact resistant polycarbonate lenses for greater protection from breakage because we know that's important for safety.

If parents want added coverage, America's Best recommends signing up for our KidsGear Breakage Protection Plan.

KidsGear Breakage Protection Plan**

Many parents want a little extra protection on their kids eyeglasses. We offer the KidsGear Breakage Protection plan as a solution.

  • $20 on one pair of glasses, $30 on two pairs of eyeglasses
  • Includes free scratch-resistant lenses
  • Available for kids 13 and under

Protecting your child's glasses is an important part of protecting their eyes so make sure you have the ultimate breakage protection with America's Best KidsGear Plan.

Signs Your Child May Need Kids' Glasses

Below are some of the common indicators that your child may need glasses, and some of the potential causes for vision impairment:

  • Squinting, closing or covering one eye
  • Constantly holding materials close to the face
  • Tilting the head to one side
  • Rubbing eyes repeatedly
  • One or both eyes turn in or out
  • Redness or tearing in eyes
  • Premature birth
  • Developmental delays
  • Family history of "lazy eye" or "thick glasses"
  • A disease that affects the whole body (such as diabetes)

This list is from Concerned about your child's vision? Bring your child in for a FREE eye exam today! Schedule an appointment online or find your nearest America's Best location.

**Nominal additional charge. Covers both the frame and lenses up to one year from date of purchase. America's Best will either repair or replace your frames and/or lenses one time if such repair or replacement results from accidental customer breakage, manufacturer's defects, or excessive lens scratches. If your identical frame is no longer available, you may choose another frame of equal value to replace it. Customer loss of frame and/or lenses is not covered under this plan.