Amazon Prime Day is that glorious two-day period in which you can load up on deeply discounted Instant Pots and other kitchen gear, toys, headphones, baby monitors and baby gear, and other necessities for your home. The best
Here’s the thing about the Kindle Fire tablets: They’re unbreakable. They have great battery life. They have robust parental controls. And they give kids access to a ton of free child-friendly content. Oh, and they’re way cheaper than an iPad. And they last forever, surviving countless falls, drops, and other catastrophes, without a scratch, like it’s NBD. Another great feature: You can switch from kids’ mode to adult mode; one is protected for kids, and the other one gives you full access to the web.
This $140 wonderful Kindle tablet has 12 hours of battery life, a sizable eight inch screen, and access to over 20,000 apps, games, books, videos, audiobooks, and educational content from PBS Kids, Nickelodeon, Disney, and other kid-friendly providers
The grande dame of the family has the biggest screen (10 inches) and lets you stream through wi-fi or view downloaded content on the go with 32 GB of internal storage and up to 12 hours of battery life. This is a major markdown: It's usually $200.
The smallest member of the Kindle Fire family, this tablet has seven hours of battery life, and is good for younger kids because it's lighter in weight. It's $40 off today.
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