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While your kid staying home from school seems like a good idea on paper, it turns into something completely different in practice. Instead of endlessly attending to every impulse and whim, just place an Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet in the little one’s hands and you won’t hear a peep from them until dinner time.
The tablet includes plenty of games and videos your kid will love, and you’ll rest easy knowing what they’re watching is designed to be educational. Now that's what we call a parenting win! Want even more bonus points? The all-new Fire 7 Kids Edition is on sale for just $60, or $40 off at Amazon.
The Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet is a re-design from Amazon with a speedier processor and a new “kid-proof” case with a built-in kickstand. The case is cute but tough — it protects against spills, drops and hits against walls and tables.
It still features the same long seven-hour battery life, 16GB of on-board storage (expandable up to 512GB with a microSD card) and deep parental controls that limit your child’s screen time and content options as previous models. Rest assured that there’s no way junior will accidentally stumble upon adult material here.
The Fire 7 Kids Edition comes with one-year access to Amazon FreeTime Unlimited—a kid-friendly service that offers up over 20,000 books, movies, TV shows, apps and games featuring lovable characters from PBS Kids, Disney and Nickelodeon. The tablet also comes with Amazon’s “worry-free” guarantee. If the Fire 7 Kids Edition breaks for whatever reason within two years of purchase, Amazon will replace the device free of charge.
Trust us, the Fire 7 Kids Edition can help you get the peace and quiet you’ve been dreaming of — and your kid will get a device that’s actually good for them. It also comes in three bright colors: Blue, pink and purple.
“I like the colors. My older daughter thinks she's too old for the pink, so she chose the purple. It’s the one tablet that for me, truly gives me control over content and access,” continued the reviewer.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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