Parents of children who visited the restaurant chain Chuck E. Cheese should be aware that star eyeglasses distributed to the chain have been recalled due to safety concerns.

There have been no reported injuries associated with the light-up glasses, but it has been determined that the batteries within the toy may become loose, which could pose a hazard, according to

The glasses are made of red translucent plastic and have the words Chuck E. Cheese’s printed on the side.

Though children may enjoy playing with toy glasses, it’s important that when it comes to their real eye wear, parents opt for durable materials that won’t break or shatter.

Because children are likely to be less gentle with their spectacles, bendable titanium eyeglasses, which aren’t likely to snap, are an ideal choice.

The American Optometric Association recommends that kids who are between the ages of 6 and 18 should receive a vision exam at least once every two years. Because it’s estimated that 80 percent of learning is done through the eyes, good vision may be imperative to a student’s academic success.