Kids & Glasses

Tips and tricks for at-home care, recommendations for your child’s first pair of glasses, warranty information and more! We promise, your child will love getting #FramedByNuvo!

Kids Corner - My first pair of glasses



Now Available

All Year Round!

See Better Package

0 - 12 years

Frame + fully coated lenses starting at $199*



Get 15% off your purchase when you show your student I.D.*

*Some exceptions apply, see store for details.

Keeping glasses in tip top shape!

Tips and Tricks - If they're not on your face, they're in your case

If they aren't on your face, keep them in their case!

Welcome to Nuvo's Kids Corner! Learn all about children's eye care!

Clean your glasses with the provided cleaning solution and cloth.

Tips and Tricks - Use both hands

Use both hands to put on and take off your glasses.

Kids Corner - My first pair of glasses

Warranties For Kids

Your child’s eyewear is an investment in their vision. We take this very seriously when fitting them with glasses. That’s why we offer a 2-year manufacturer’s warranty on the purchase of frames and/or prescription lenses (fully coated for glasses, not contact lenses). This warranty covers damaged lenses and frames due to the manufacturer’s defects only. It does not apply to scratched lenses or frames due to improper care.

All warranty requests require an in-person consultation.

Introducing our See Better Warranty for kids 12 years and under (lenses warranty)! A 12-month lens warranty with 1st time FREE replacement, NO QUESTIONS ASKED! Subsequent replacements are available at a reduced price.

*Excludes frames and lenses ordered through the Eye See… Eye Learn program.

Common Conditions

Glasses could help

Kids Corner - Common Conditions - Amblyopia


Kids with myopia (or nearsightedness) have trouble seeing across the room and far away, resulting in blurry vision. We now have a Myopic Control Program with various options to help decrease the fast progression of Myopia in children.

Kids Corner - Common Conditions - Colour Vision Deficiency


Commonly referred to as farsightedness, Hyperopia requires more effort to see clearly up close. It may cause headaches fatigue, blurred vision, aching or burning eyes and reduced concentration and reading ability.

Kids Corner - Common Conditions - Strabismus


Astigmatism is a refractive error where vision is blurred or distorted at all distances. It may be present along with Hyperopia or Myopia and can cause headaches and eyestrain, especially in high-concentration situations.

Kids Corner - Common Conditions - Hyperopia


Commonly referred to as "crossed or wandering eye", Strabismus is when one or both eyes turn in, out, up, or down. It may cause double vision or poor depth perception and kids might compensate by turning or tilting their heads or closing one eye.

Kids Corner - Common Conditions - Eye Coordination Disorder


Better known as "lazy eye", Amblyopia is where one or both eyes are not able to see normally even with glasses. It is caused by Strabismus or high refractive error that is not identified and treated at a young age. Treatment is most effective at a young age but it is still available to older children, teens and adults.

Kids Corner - Common Conditions - Eye Tracking Disorder

Eye Coordination Disorder

This is a weakness in eye alignment and depth perception. Eye Coordination Disorder may cause double vision, headaches and eye and body fatigue. It requires extra effort for demanding visual activities (writing, copying, reading...) and can affect behaviour in the classroom (inattention, avoidance, opposition or hyperactivity).

Kids Corner - Common Conditions - Myopia

Accommodation Disorder (Focusing)

Here there is a weakness in changing focus between distances or in holding focus on near tasks. Accommodation disorder causes blurred close vision while reading or blurred vision when looking away after reading. It can lead to headaches, fatigue and cause concentration issues.

Kids Corner - Common Conditions - Astigmatism

Eye Tracking Disorder

Kids with Eye Tracking Disorder have inefficient eye movements (slow pursuits or following movements, or rapid eye movement between fixation points). They may move their head excessively, skip lines and lose their place when reading. It can also cause problems with handwriting, eye-hand coordination and copying. It may also cause poor coordination for sports.