Face masks are no longer an option for most kids. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that children aged 2 and older wear face coverings when they are unable to remain six feet away from others. If your child is struggling to adapt to face coverings – or you are worried about the impact these masks may have on them – you are not alone.
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If you are worried that your child’s emotional intelligence will suffer as a result of masks, you are not alone.
From Toddlers to Teens: How to Talk to Kids About Wearing Masks
Getting children to comprehend the importance of wearing masks can come with its own set of unique challenges depending on a child’s age.
12 Fun Kids’ Face Masks for the COVID-19 Pandemic
Some kids will adjust better than others to wearing face masks. Providing fun options for toddlers, children and teens can help with the transition.
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