Have children's eyes checked before sports participation. If they can't see, they can't duck the puck or duck the ball.
Pick the right eye guards. Each sport has its own kind, but what's most important is that the eye guards fit your child.
Buy prescription glasses made of polycarbonate plastic, which can withstand a projectile traveling at 90 mph.
For contact sports, choose eye guards or glasses with padding at the nose and brow.
Chose glasses with strong frames and secure them with a strap.
Ask your eye doctor about prescription sports eye guards.