When choosing a kids' frame, you must first take into account the age of the child. This parameter will affect the shape of the eyewear, its weight. For example, a frame for a child under three years of age should be light, with a wide anatomical temple, and instead of temples, it is preferable to use a soft, elastic, adjustable mount and with an anti-scratch cover.
Particular attention should be paid to the width of the eyeglass in a children's frame. Too narrow will squeeze the face, causing discomfort. Too wide will fall off when writing and head movements. Another important characteristic is the weight of the frame.
For children, it is better to choose light frames made of plastic or metal alloys. It must be remembered that the frame will become heavier when lenses are inserted into the eyepieces. Too heavy children's frames will slide off the bridge of the nose, and the child will gradually get used to looking over the glasses.