Fire Kids Edition Tablet, 7" Display, Wi-Fi, 16 GB, Blue Kid-Proof Case
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- Easy-to-use parental controls: set screen time limits and educational goals, encouraging learning before play
- Comes with 5000+ age-appropriate games, educational apps, videos and books with 1 year of Fire for Kids Unlimited included
- Worry-free YouTube videos and websites: controlled access to thousands of age-appropriate websites and selected YouTube videos through the Fire for Kids web-browser
- 2-year worry-free guarantee: If they break it, return it and we'll replace it for free. No questions asked
- 7" display, quad-core processor, kid-proof case, front and rear cameras, and microSD slot for additional storage up to 200GB
Screen-time limits so they know when to stop
Fire for Kids offers innovative parental controls that encourage learning before play and that help manage screen time. With Fire for Kids, you select all of the content your kids can see, and you can limit your kids’ screen time by content type – for example, you may choose to limit videos and games, but make reading time unlimited. Fire for Kids blocks stores and in-app payments, so you don’t have to worry about additional expenses. Plus, a child’s profile does not have access to e-mail and social media features.
And set educational goals
Learn First and Bedtime features extend Amazon Fire for Kids’ Daily Time Limit controls. Parents can block access to games and cartoons until educational goals have been met, and specify when Fire for Kids may be used, for example between 4pm and 6pm only.
Kid-friendly web browser with worry-free YouTube videos
With Fire for Kids, kids can get controlled access to thousands of hand-selected age-appropriate websites and YouTube videos, individually checked by our team of experts. Parents can also add additional websites and videos if they choose to.
The Kids Edition includes 1 year of Fire for Kids Unlimited – a hand-selected subscription of 5000+ kid-friendly games, educational apps videos and books, all tailored to the age of your child.
Games and videos kids love from Disney, Nickelodeon, Aardman Studios, and more
Fire for Kids Unlimited is an all-in-one subscription that brings together all the types of content that kids aged 3-12 love – games, videos, and books. You don’t have to spend time guessing what your kids will enjoy. The Kids Edition includes a year of Fire for Kids Unlimited at no additional cost. Learn more.
…And for parents
Parents can take Fire Kids Edition out of Fire for Kids using a password. Fine-tune settings, downloads apps or share kids’ drawings with family on Facebook. You can choose specific books, videos and apps for your child to see in Fire for Kids from your library or when you purchase new content from Amazon.co.uk. Certain apps and functionality might not be available through Fire for Kids.
Profiles designed for kids…
Parents can create up to four individual child profiles, each showing only the Fire for Kids Unlimited content relevant for the child, or content parents have added themselves. It’s like giving each kid their very own, personalised tablet. A child’s profile does not have access to in-app purchases, e-mail or social media features.
Latest-generation Fire tablet
A full-featured Fire tablet with a stunning IPS display that’s perfect for watching TV shows such as Peppa Pig, plus a fast quad-core processor that ensures quick app launch times and smooth games and video. The Fire Kids Edition tablet comes in black (with a blue or pink Kid-Proof Case), 16GB with expandable storage up to 200GB with microSD, and a 7-inch display.
No more worrying about storage space
Keep your child’s photos, movies, games and apps with you using a microSD card slot that lets you expand your tablet’s storage by up to 200GB. Plus, enjoy free unlimited cloud storage for all Amazon content and photos taken with your Fire device.
Capture life’s moments
Fire Kids Edition has a 2 MP rear-facing camera for taking high-resolution photos and 720p HD video, and a front-facing camera that’s perfect for when you want to set up video calls between kids and grandparents.
Fire for Kids camera and photo software lets kids explore their creative side with fun editing tools such as adding stickers and drawings on their pictures. Parents can easily print them to hang, choose to share with friends and family, and auto-save to Cloud Drive with free unlimited cloud storage for photos taken with Fire tablets. As always in Fire for Kids, kids are blocked from posting photos to social media.
If they break it, we'll replace it. No questions asked.
We all know accidents happen. The 2-year worry-free guarantee includes coverage for anything that happens to your Fire Kids Edition. Just return the Kids Edition tablet and we’ll replace it for free. Learn more.
A case designed for little hands, protects against big drops
The Kid-Proof Case is designed to be the perfect solution for parents who need worry-free protection against drops, bumps, and the typical mayhem caused by kids at play. Designed to be durable and lightweight, the Kid-Proof Case fits perfectly in little hands without adding unnecessary weight to your Fire tablet.
Top customer reviews
There is a huge amount of content if you sign up to the kids prime service but without its fairly limited? The tablet itself ot also very slow, painfully slow to be honest. I am also not happy that the play store is not available which means no simple apps such as youtube kids.
Nice idea? Not very well implimented.
Access to Amazon online kids content (TV programmes and Cartoons) for free for 12 months on top of the 2 year no quiblle warranty meant purchase of this was a no brainer.
Most recent customer reviews
It's good, but don't like the idea of having to pay for a subscription after the first free year.Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Very disappointed with this!! I thought it would keep my daughter occupied. Didn't realise for
Our plane journey that nothing would be downloaded and you can't actually watch... Read more
Great tablet pity this is our 3rd due to the terrible charging design.needs to be more robustPublished 5 days ago by Sarah Pearson