Fire Kids Edition Tablet, 7" Display, 8 GB, Green Kid-Proof Case (Previous Generation - 5th)
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- Up to $109 in savings on Fire, 1 year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited and a Kid-Proof Case, plus a 2-year worry-free guarantee
- Not a toy, a full-featured Fire tablet with a 7" IPS display and front and rear cameras.
- The included 1 year of FreeTime Unlimited gives your kids access to 15,000 popular apps and games, videos, books, and educational content from PBS Kids, Nickelodeon, Disney, and more. Your subscription will then automatically renew every month starting at just $2.99 per month plus applicable tax. You may cancel at any time by visiting the Amazon Parent Dashboard or contacting Customer Service
- 16 GB of internal storage. Add a microSD card for up to 200 GB of additional storage.
- 2-year worry-free guarantee: if they break it, return it and we'll replace it for free. No questions asked.
- Unlimited, free access to 10,000 kid-friendly books, movies, TV shows, educational apps, and games with 1 year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited included
- Best-in-class parental controls allow you to manage usage limits, content access, and educational goals
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 tablet. Just return the tablet and we’ll replace it for free. It also covers your Fire tablet against electrical and mechanical breakdowns. 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 their Fire tablet.
Hits kids love from PBS, Nickelodeon, Disney, and more
Amazon FreeTime Unlimited is the first-ever all-in-one subscription that brings together all the types of content that kids ages 3-10 love—books, movies, TV shows, educational apps, and games. You don't have to spend time guessing what your kids will enjoy. Fire Kids Edition includes a year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited at no additional cost.
Best selection of digital content
On Amazon.com or the device, parents can hand-select additional paid and free titles that kids can access in Amazon FreeTime, like Disney Jr., Angry Birds, Minecraft, and more.
Coming Soon—Smart Filters
To ensure that your child sees only age-appropriate content, FreeTime Smart Filters tailor subscription content based on your child's age, so that older kids don't get the baby stuff and little kids don’t see the scary stuff.
Designed with kids in mind
Fire Kids Edition starts in Amazon FreeTime, which is built from the ground up just for kids. The background color and fonts change to a kid-friendly design, kids only see the titles that they have access to see, the home screen carousel shows their recently viewed titles, and they can even navigate visually to content based on characters or topics—for example “Elmo,” “Dinosaurs,” or “Puppies.”
Profiles designed for kids…
Parents can create up to four individual child profiles and choose content that they want to give each of their kids access to. It's like giving each kid his or her very own, personalized tablet. A child’s profile does not have access to in-app purchases, email, or social media features.
…And for parents
Parents can take Fire Kids Edition out of Amazon FreeTime using a password. Fine tune settings, download apps, or share kids’ drawings with family on Facebook. You can choose specific books, videos, and apps for your child to see in Amazon FreeTime from your library.
Screen time limits so they don’t just play
Amazon FreeTime offers innovative parental controls that encourage learning before play and that help manage screen time. With FreeTime, 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. FreeTime blocks stores and in-app payments, so you don't have to worry about additional expenses.
Easily set educational goals
Parents can block access to games and cartoons until after educational goals are met, and set when FreeTime may be used. Learn First and Bed Time features extend Amazon FreeTime's existing Daily Time Limit controls.
Amazon FreeTime web browser
Once parents turn this feature on, kids can access more than 40,000 age-appropriate YouTube videos and websites. Websites and videos are selected using a combination of the expertise of Common Sense Media and Amazon FreeTime team to ensure they are appropriate for kids. Parents can also add most websites if they choose to.
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After considering the price to purchase 3 of them and checking out the apps my husband and I were pretty sure we would purchase them. Then I came across the warranty. 2 year worry free guarantee! Are you kidding me? I knew there had to be a catch, I couldn't find one and at that point we were convinced it would be a good investment.
I ordered 3 (at the time pink and blue were our only color choices) So we have 1 pink and 2 blue. Which has caused a host of issues on the toddler level (identifying who's tablet is who's as you can imagine)
They were easy to set up and create their own profiles and add apps to each of their tables . I love the unlimited freetime, they've had their tables for a few months now and can completely work them themselves and download the apps/movies/books that they want. I don't have to do it for them (with the exception of my 2 year old of course). I was able to link our Disney movies anywhere account with our Amazon account and now they can access all of our Disney digital movies on their tables! Which was a huge win for us! I do wish that Amazon could figure out a way for us to be able to link our Ultraviolet movies, it's a huge bummer that Amazon doesn't offer any app to make that possible. I also love that I can login to my Amazon account and send apps/movies etc to their tablets as I see fit, I can locate and page their tables when they are misplaced and remote lock them if I need to . The features on these tablets are astounding, I think there are still some kinks to work out, but overall they are great. My once MAJOR complaint is the charging ports. We've always been very careful about not letting the kids plug in or unplug their tablets themselves. So it's always been myself or my husband and about 2 weeks after having them they became very positional. It is difficult to have to position them JUST RIGHT to get them to charge. Aggravating would be an understatement. I don't however want to send them in for the warranty because you get 3 replacements in 2 years and we didn't do anything to them to cause this, and they DO still charge, it's just a pain. So, we are just dealing with it. My 2 year old did recently shatter his screen on his tablet and the replacement process was fantastic! We had our new tablet in 2 days and was able to easily restore the new on with all of the things he had on his broken tablet. Amazon sent us a return packing slip and we boxed up the broken tablet and dropped it off at UPS to be returned. Super easy! We have 6 kids in our family and it is quite unfortunate that Amazon limits kid's profiles to 4. So our older 2 kids (teens) have to be logged in under myself or my husband which allows them access to our credit card information. I contacted Amazon with this issue and we figured out a work around, but it is still quite frustrating. There really should be a way for us to have more than 4 kids profiles and a way for older kids to have their own profiles and still have access to our family content.With the price and considering everything on a whole, we are still very satisfied with these tablets.
1) The chargers for these units are pitiful. Both chargers literally fall out of the charging port if you so much as look at them intensely.
2) They take FOREVER to charge. Now, I can't say for sure if it's because of item #1 or not, but these things take way too long to charge.
3) The built in amount of storage is useless. Get an SD card. Better yet, don't. Don't get a Fire HD Kids either.
4) BOTH units lose the SD card. Multiple times a day, my kids bring these paperweights to me with a message saying to "Insert the SD card". It is inserted. Not only that, you can go to storage and SEE THAT IT IS INSERTED. However, Freetime cannot see it or access it.
5) BOTH units begin randomly forgetting that ANYTHING AT ALL is installed, and begin downloading EVERY SINGLE GAME that my children have installed in Freetime. The solution? SIMPLE. Stop EACH download. Exit Freetime. Go to 'Manage All Apps'. Stop the Appstore. Restart the Appstore. Restart the unit. Now it works. You have to do that MULTIPLE TIMES A DAY. Remember my kids are 4 and 5? Yeah.
6) Amazon is aware of these issue, and have been for quite some time. Google these issues.
Long story short, these things are junk. They don't work, plain and simple. Stay away. Stay far away. If you can see the glow of the Fire, keep running.