Where to Buy Face Masks for Kids

All Michiganders that are able to wear face masks are encouraged to do so in public spaces. Here we offer tips on properly wearing a mask along with places to buy cute face masks for kids.

In order to keep one another safe, it is highly recommended that everyone over the age of 2 wears a face masks, which means it’s important that we find masks that fits our kids properly — and ones they actually want to wear, so here are some places you can find some fun face masks for kids.

Detroit Institute of Arts

Photo via the DIA

Cost: $24.95

These reusable masks feature scenes from your favorite pieces of artwork including Starry Night and The Scream.

Cedar Point

Photo via Cedar Point

Cost: $12.99

Kids can show off their favorite coasters with these cool Cedar Point masks, which come with adjustable ear straps. Choose from Millennium Force, Steel Vengeance, Top Thrill Dragster, Maverick, Gatekeeper or Valrav’n.


Photo via Inkpressions

Cost: $5.95-$17.95

The straps on the Inkpressions masks are adjustable, allowing the mask to fit most wearers. You can pick from a single color or put your own logo on a mask for $17.95. For each mask purchased, the Commerce Township-based Inkpressions will donate a mask to the MI Behavioral Collaborative.

Better Life Bags

Photo via Better Life Bags

Cost: $7-$10

Hamtramck’s Better Life Bags is selling mask-making kits for adults and children as well as masks in bright colors. The masks are two layers of 100 percent cotton with elastic ear bands.


Photo via MaskClub.com

Cost: $9.99-$14.99

For every mask purchased – and there are some cute patterns from Hello Kitty, super heroes, Care Bears and Hasbro – another is donated to first responders. MaskClub, created in four days by Trevco of Madison Heights, has partnered with First Responders Children’s Foundation to provide support and masks. You can make a one-time purchase or join the club and receive a mask each month.

Pride Masks

Photo via Pride Masks

Cost: $8

Choose from camp, polka dots, stripes and more, all with an adjustable elastic strap that allows you to adjust the knot to your face size.

Dearborn Denim

Photo via Dearborn Denim Mask

Cost: $7

The best part of these washable masks is not the inclusion of a pocket for a filter, but the strap can be tied around your child’s head (which will avoid complaints about elastic hurting). Small is best for kids and the solid color provides a blank canvas to add an iron-on sticker or emblem.

The Greene Room

Photo via The Green Room

Cost: $10

The Greene Room is reusing cotton t-shirts to make masks for all sizes (small is best for kids). All masks include a pocket for a filter and are washable. Allow a week to 10 days for delivery.


Photo via Binky

Cost: $15

Binky provides face masks for ages 3-12 with adjustable straps to help fit your child’s face. Each face mask also includes three interchangeable PM2.5 filters.

Sophia Reyes

Photo via Sophia Reyes

Cost: $22

Your older kiddos will love to sport a mask in a floral pattern or polka dots. Sophia Reyes has plenty of options for kids ages 7-10. For every five face masks sold, they donate one surgical cap to a healthcare provider.

Squasht Boutique

Photo via Squasht Boutique

Cost: $15

This Chicago boutique sells kid’s masks with Peppa Pig, Spiderman, Snoopy and The Avengers on them. These masks are not only ridiculously cute, but they have filters!

Smitten Boutique

Photo via Smitten Boutique

Cost: $15-$18

With bunny and floral designs, this boutique is as aesthetically pleasing as they are adorable. The masks are for children 4 years and older.

Talking to kids about wearing face masks

In order to ensure that kids keep their face masks on properly, it is important that parents talk to them about proper face mask use. Here are a few recommendations from the CDC to help you get that conversation started.

  • Cover your mouth and nose with the mask
  • Make sure the mask is snug, you don’t want gaps on the sides
  • Keep the mask on, and don’t touch the front of the mask without gloves
  • Be sure to wash a cloth mask or dispose of a disposable mask after every use
  • Wash your hands after you remove your mask

Try these tips to help younger kids understand about mask use. Remember that no one under age 2 needs to wear a mask.

For more information and resources to help you through the coronavirus pandemic, visit the coronavirus help page at MetroParent.com.

This post was originally published in May 2020 and is updated regularly.


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