Amazon Fire Kids Edition Tablets
If you read my post on how Amazon Fire Kids Edition tablets made summer more fun for my kids, then you know why it’s a no-brainer for me to help make the school year better for them using the tablet, as well. My kids made full use of their tablets over the summer, finding fun games and shows and generally exploring everything their tablets had to offer. My daughter particularly enjoyed all the reading she was able to do with her tablet, while my son was more drawn to the apps.
While my kids enjoy all the apps, reading, and video options on their tablets, I enjoy the educational value offered by the Amazon Fire Kids Edition tablets. In addition to the educational value, I also love that I can control their screen time so they don’t spend every waking second on it. By combining the educational value and the parental options, this tablet makes for a great addition to the kids’ activities for the school year.
The 8″ display is the perfect size for apps, reading, and even watching movies while still staying compact for our on-the-go family. That’s important because my kids love their Amazon FreeTime Unlimited subscription. It gives them access to a huge selection of kid-friendly content like movies, TV shows, games, and educational apps, making it a perfect school companion. And remember the parental controls I mentioned before? With Parent Dashboard, I can create up to four profiles with age filters, time limits, and category restrictions. Using these options, I can ensure that my kids are watching and doing things on their tablets that align with what I want them to experience alongside their classes and activities during the school year.
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Making school better is going to be so easy for me this year thanks to the kids’ Amazon Fire Kids Edition tablets. I think they’re going to be the perfect addition to their school studies. With so many educational and kid-friendly apps and entertainment, it’s going to help further my children’s education and keep it fun at the same time. It doesn’t get much better than that!
17 thoughts on “Making Back To School Fun with Amazon Fire Kids Edition Tablet”
I totally agree with you about Kindle Fire enhancing the school experience. My youngest son does not like school. He had a terrible time last year, but this year we’re approaching his education differently and utilizing some of his favorite educational apps to supplement what he’s learning in class.
PS. I love your blog btw! I can’t remember if I have ever told you that and I apologize if I am repeating myself, but I do love it. 🙂
This is a great option for your kids learning experience. And helps them grow. Look like fun and educational.
These are great tablets. I love all the learning options available and I adore how tough they are.
The Amazon Fire Kids Edition is one great tablet. My friend has a little one who has it with him at all times. I’m amazed at the abuse that thing can take. LOL
I’ve been debating whether or not I want to get one of these for my youngest. I think she’s ready and I’ve heard great things about this one!
They are a great way to keep the kids occupied. I limit screen time for my kids on their tabs.
It’s so hard to decide how much to let them use and when. I try to limit my son’s screen time as well but like some of the learning apps/games.
Truly Amazon fire kids makes it easier, I will do same.
The Amazon Fire Kids Edition sounds like fun and very educational for little ones. I can see my sister’s littles definitely going to love this tablet!
I so need to get my son one of these. He’s only 7 months old but the screens are so perfectly distracting for him!
We had these for a while too! I loved the cases!
Amazon Fire Kids edition tablet is so cool! My niece needs this! I’ll get her one!
I bet that does make going back to school a lot of fun! It’s amazing the kind of technology that is out there.
Amazon Fire Kids Edition is definitely a useful app to keep kids busy while have fun. I can tell your kids are really love using it.
My son just got his tablet and I can’t wait to check it out with him. It’s so nice to have educational options like these to expose kids to technology in a safe way.
The Amazon fire kids edition tablet would excite for sure any kid. I find it a great gift idea.
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