Many people are being urged to stay home because of coronavirus. If you’re trying to keep two kids entertained while they’re out of school, consider picking up a pair of Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablets. You can save $50 on the two together.
It should be noted right away that these are very much real tablets and are not toys. They each have 16GB of internal storage and provide up to seven hours of reading, browsing the Web, watching videos, and listening to music. You can add a microSD card for even more storage. They connect through Wi-Fi to stream content that you approve of through content filters with easy-to-use parental controls. You can also set screen-time limits and educational goals.
The Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablets include one year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited to give your children more than 20,000 apps, games, books, videos, audiobooks, and educational content from PBS Kids, Nickelodeon, Disney, etc. After the year is up, the subscription will renew every month for a minimum of $2.99 per month, or you can cancel any time through the parent dashboard or customer service.
The tablets come in three colors: blue, pink, and purple and are either $99.99 each or $149.98 for a pair.
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