With back-to-school time just two weeks away I wanted to give you a heads-up that from this Wednesday (23rd August), Amazon will be offering up to a £30 saving on its range of Fire Kids Edition Tablets.
Built from the ground up for kids, the award-winning Fire Kids Edition Tablets come with a year of Amazon Fire for Kids Unlimited, a kid-proof case, and a 2-year worry-free guarantee.
If anything happens to the device, send it back to Amazon, and they will send you a new one – no questions asked. A great educational and entertainment tool for kids, the tablets also offer best-in-class parental controls that allow parents to manage usage limits, content access and educational goals, while entertaining children within a safe kid-friendly environment.
The deal will be available from Wednesday 23rd August for a limited time on the following devices:
- Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet will be available for £79.99 (usual RRP: £99.99 – saving £20)
- Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet will be available for £99.99 (usual RRP: £129.99 – saving £30)
Fire for Kids Unlimited offers thousands of age-appropriate books, videos, educational apps, and games, plus access to tens of thousands of hand-curated websites and YouTube videos
- Educational goals can be set for children, allowing parents to control the content their child sees and uses – such as reading, educational apps, videos and games
- Discussion Cards allow parents to become familiar and engage with their kids around the content they are consuming. Parents can tap into specific Fire for Kids books, educational apps or games titles to get more detail, including a summary and sample questions they can ask their child
- Parent Dashboard provides parents with access to a daily activity report of their child’s device usage. Reports include information like videos watched, books read, apps or games played, and websites visited, including how many minutes were spent on a particular title and how that usage may have changed over the week. This provides parents with more information to determine how to manage screen time, time limits, and daily education goals within the Fire for Kids child profile.
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