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Children getting bored? Don’t miss these cheap kids tablet deals for October 2020

We found today’s best prices for kids’ tablets. Kids take the tablets anywhere and choose from a wide selection of educational material. entertainment content. Parents relax, knowing their child’s tablet selections are curated for age-appropriate, engaging, and educational content. Most tablets for kids also include parental control panels. There are plenty of cheap kids tablets available and we’ve rounded up today’s best kids’ tablet deals from Kindle, Amazon Fire, and Samsung.

Today’s best kids tablet deals

  • Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet$60, was $100
  • HighQ 7″ Learning Tab Jr. featuring Kidomi$60, was $100
  • Contixo V9-3 7″ Kids Tablet with WiFi$64, was $80
  • Samsung – Galaxy Tab A Kids Edition – 8-inch, 32GB – Silver – $120, was $150
  • Kindle Kids Edition Essentials Bundle with Screen Protector and AC Adapter$128, ($15 off)
  • All-new Fire HD 8 Kids Edition tablet 2-Pack$180, was $280
  • Fire HD 10 Kids Edition Tablet, 2-pack$300, was $400

HighQ 7" Learning Tab Jr. featuring Kidomi

$60 $100
Expires soon
This Android-based 7-inch tablet comes with a free trial of Kidomi interactive entertainment app, packed with hundreds of games and books. It has a drop-proof gel case with dual cameras.

Kindle Kids Edition Essentials Bundle including Screen Protector and AC Adapter

$128 $143
Expires soon
all-new Kndle Kids Edition Essential bundle with 1-year FreeTime Unlimited subscription, 2-year worry-free guarantee, kid-friendly cover, and screen protector

Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet

$60 $100
Expires soon
Rugged kid-proof case protects the Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet with a 7-inch display, 16 GB storage, , built-in stand, and a a 2-year Worry-Free Guarantee. Comes with 1 year of FreeTime Unlimited.
$100 off 2-Pack

Fire HD 10 Kids Edition Tablet HD display, 32 GB, Blue Kid-Proof Case, 2-pack

$300 $400
Expires soon
Buy two Fire HD 10 Kids Edition Tablets and get $100 off. Includes one year free subscription to Amazon FreeTime Unlimited for kids, a kid-proof case with built-in stand, and worry-free guarantee.

All-new Fire HD 8 Kids Edition tablet 2-Pack

$180 $280
Expires soon
Amazon's latest version Kids Edition Fire HD 8 wiht an 8-inch HD display, 32 GB storage, 1-year free Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, and a kid-proof case. 25% off for a 2-pack.
Open box from $55

Samsung - Galaxy Kids Tab E Lite - 7" (Open Box)

$55 $130
Expires soon
Samsung's Galaxy Kids Tab E Lite has a 7-inch 1024 x 600 display and 8 GB of storage. Includes apps from Dreamworks, National Geographic, Sesame Street. Also has parental controls and protective case.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A Kids Edition - 8" - 32GB, open box

$121 $150
Expires soon
Samsung Galaxy Tab A Kids Edition tables has a 2GHz CPU, 2 GB RAM, and 32 GB storage. Study bumper protects the case and makes it easy for kids to hold. Parental control panel and Samsung Kids trial.

Contixo V9-3 7" Kids Tablet with WiFi

$63 $80
Expires soon
Android-based tablet with a 7-inch display, parental controls plus more than 20 pre-installed games. Best for kids in pre-K to 3rd grade with apps for math, reading, and writing.

How to choose a kids tablet

When you’ve decided to buy a tablet for one or more kids in your family, it helps to know what to look for, because the best tablets for adults could be expensive mistakes for kids. A manufacturer’s features chart can be overwhelming, but finding a tablet for your kids doesn’t have to be an ordeal.

Factors to consider when choosing a kids tablet

  • Durability — Kids, especially younger children, can be tough on screens and cases. Most tablets built for kids have protective cases of some sort. Many also have screen protectors. Check out the manufacturer’s warranty. Amazon, for example, has a two-year replacement warranty under which all you have to do is send in a broken kid’s edition tablet, and Amazon will send a replacement.
  • Age-appropriate content — A tablet with content that’s right for toddlers won’t be a big hit with 9-year-olds. Tablets often include games, books, music, apps, and video. Amazon’s FreeTime Unlimited allows parents to configure Kindle Kids Editions and Fire Kids Edition Tablets for ages 3 to 5, 6 to 8, or 9 to 12.
  • Privacy — Tablets typically have one or two cameras, speakers, and often a microphone. All tablets connect via wireless technology with various combinations of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular connections. Check for privacy controls, including a way to turn off the camera.
  • Parental controls — Most tablets for kids have some form of parental oversight and control. Various companies use a settings app on the tablet, internet or mobile apps that parents can use to configure and manage the kids’ tablet or a Parents Dashboard on a website. Control can include usage time, scheduling, specific content titles or categories, and more.
  • Hardware features — Depending on how your child uses the tablet, different hardware features matter. For example, a high-resolution display and decent speakers are essential for watching movies and TV shows on a table. A powerful processor and ample memory allow apps and media to run at full speed. A lot of storage allows your kids to keep a lot of books, games, or video content on the tablet, which means an internet connection won’t be necessary. If your child uses the tablet for homework, they’ll need productivity software, especially a word processor.

The secret to success in choosing a tablet for your child

The safest course in deciding what kids tablet to buy is to find out what your child’s friends use and like. Check that their parents are also happy with the tablet and go for it. Not only will you have trusted advice, but you’ll also have built-in local support.

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