The Top 5 Tablets For Kids

Tablets are getting more and more affordable these days, which is great news because they are awesome devices for toddlers and kids.  A tablet can be loaded with books and movies to entertain them on long car rides, and even help them in school with the surge in kid-friendly educational apps we’re seeing being developed.

So, you want to get your kiddo a tablet, but you don’t want to spend a ton of money on it because, as we all know, kids tend to break things  You also don’t want their new tablet to be the sleekest, fanciest one on the market since, hey, it’s for a child.

Don’t fret.  A kid-friendly tablet isn’t so hard to find nowadays, so take your pick.

1. [easyazon_link identifier=”B00YYZEQ1G” locale=”US” tag=”moms-proeve-20″]Kindle Fire Kids Edition[/easyazon_link]

With a large, 7-inch display and a price tag under $100, this might be one of the best budget tablets available today.  The kids edition comes with built in Wi-Fi, 8 GB of storage, and a durable kid-friendly case which makes the device easier for little hands to hold and will provide much-needed protection in case of drops.  Perhaps the best thing about this tablet though, is the 2-year guarantee that comes with it.  If it breaks for any reason, Amazon will replace it.  No questions asked.

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2. [easyazon_link identifier=”B00SH4OKNE” locale=”US” tag=”moms-proeve-20″]Dragon Touch Android Kids Tablet[/easyazon_link]

Priced at just $60, there are plenty of things to like about this tablet.  For example, it comes installed with Zoodles, which keeps your child protected from unfriendly content on the Internet.  The device’s child-friendly interface is fun to use, and gives your kid access to games, educational activities, and videos you can select for them.

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3. [easyazon_link identifier=”B01496WWKG” locale=”US” tag=”moms-proeve-20″]Palmer and Axe 7-Inch LillyPad Jr. Kids Tablet[/easyazon_link]

Just a few of the great features this tablet has to offer include parental controls, a usage timer that limits how long your kiddo can play, and it comes out of the box ready-to-use.  No setup required.  Plus, reviews left by satisfied customers claim that this tablet can really take a beating, which is exactly what you need in a kid-friendly device.

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4. [easyazon_link identifier=”B014MIBN4C” locale=”US” tag=”moms-proeve-20″]Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite Kids Edition[/easyazon_link]

Parents and kids alike will love this tablet from Samsung, which uses the Android OS and features all the parental controls and content guidelines you need.  This is a durable tablet that will last years and can be converted to a regular Samsung Galaxy without the child-friendly interface when your kiddo grows up and just wants a “grown-up” tablet.

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5. [easyazon_link identifier=”B00OZ4SNS8″ locale=”US” tag=”moms-proeve-20″]Contixo LA703 7-Inch 8 GB Tablet[/easyazon_link]

For a fully customizable, kid-friendly experience, this tablet is a great choice.  Mom and Dad can set the parental controls including what websites can be accessed, videos watched, apps downloaded, and more.  There’s nothing wrong with erring on the side of caution when it comes to accessing the Internet, so this device keeps the power in your hands before the tablet goes into your little one’s hands.

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SOURCES: Amazon 

IMAGES: Amazon | PC Mag


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