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Kindle For Children: Buyer’s Guide

Still looking for a child-friendly tablet? You may consider looking at Amazon’s Kindle for kids. This 7-inch tablet is not just for adults but for kids too. So if you are still undecided on which tablet to buy for your kids, this article will provide you with an overview of Kindle for children and how it suits young kids, even as young as 3 years old.

1. Good for reading e-books.

The Kindle for children is a very good e-book reader. It has kid-friendly features and options to enhance your kid’s reading experience. You may opt to enlarge the texts on the screen to make texts very easy to read. At the same time, there are a lot of available books for kids. What’s more is that these Kindle childrens books are very interactive. Kindle Fire e-books for kids have great illustrations, moving graphics, and even background music to accompany one’s reading.

2. Very readable at night time.

Not only is the Kindle for children perfect for your kids in terms of developing their reading and comprehension, but moreover the Amazon Kindle for kids works great, even at night time. Kids can still read clearly even at night as there is an option to turn the text to white and the background to black, which makes the tablet’s LCD not too bright to the eyes.

3. Good web browser experience.

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Posted by Mary Tordecilla - January 25, 2012 at 9:58 am

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Nook Color VS Kindle For Kids

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When it comes to inexpensive but great, full-packed features in tablets, two names always come out: the Amazon Kindle and the Barnes & Noble Nook tablet. Both these tablets are perfect for kids and adults alike.

If you are looking for a tablet that is perfect for your kids, then it would be best to read further below for a head-to-head comparison of the two.

Which suits better for reading?

Nook Color

One of the best features that both the Kindle for kids and the Barnes & Noble Nook Color have in common is that they promote learning and development to younger kids (as young as 3 years old) through reading and literature.

However, when it comes to the total experience in reading e-books through tablet, the Nook Color is better (according to most Nook Color reviews).  The Nook Color compared to the Kindle for kids:

  • has better rendition of showing clear and sharp texts on the screen
  • has more viewing options, especially for standard books, which provides users option to view texts larger
  • has access to a wider list of books for kids and at the same time presents reading for kids better. The Nook has read-aloud feature and also recording capabilities. Furthermore, the Nook also has page animations.

Which is easier to buy or rent books, music and videos from?

Kids Kindle

When it comes to buying or renting books, music, and videos, you can appreciate Amazon Kindle for kids better than the Nook Color.

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Posted by Mary Tordecilla - January 23, 2012 at 11:07 am

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The Kindle Fire can Inspire the Love of Literacy in Children

The Kindle Fire is a great tool for kids as it is easy-to-use, has a large color screen, and is the perfect size for small hands. In addition, those using the Kindle Fire for kids will love the wide range of free Kindle books for kids. There are free eBooks for all ages of children, so no matter how old your little ones are you can find a title they will love to read on the colorful touchscreen.

The Kindle Fire may just be the best tablet out there for kids. For one, the tablet is just seven inches, making it slightly smaller than an iPad. This makes it very easy for small hands to hold. In addition, unlike the older versions of the Kindle, the Kindle Fire has a color screen. This makes it more interesting for kids to read their favorite books with pictures, play games and use Apps. Finally, the touchscreen is scratch resistant, so even the most accident-prone children should be able to keep the screen clear and devoid of scratches.

Those who plan to purchase a Kindle Fire for kids will find that this may just be the best way to inspire kids to read. There are literally thousands of titles out there for younger readers. And the best part is that there are numerous free Kindle books for kids of all ages. These include baby books that you can read to your little ones to help them fall asleep, colorful picture stories for toddlers and pre-schoolers, and intriguing classics for pre-teens. There are even modern graphic novels and comic books for teenagers.

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Posted by Mashhour Alharthi - January 22, 2012 at 7:26 am

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Why Kindle Fire For Kids Is A Child-Friendly Tablet

Probably one of the primary factors that made Amazon Kindle Fire tablet so popular in the market is the fact that the Amazon tablet is also a Kindle Fire for kids tablet. With its 7-inch size alone, the tablet is perfect for kids to comfortably hold and grasp with their own hands. More to that, Kindle also offers lots of interactive e-books which include color titles, videos, music, games, apps, and also a working web browser.

This post shall enumerate why Amazon’s Kindle is considered to be a great Kindle Fire for kids tablet. If you are looking for the perfect gift to give your child, below are good reasons to get Amazon Kindle for your kids:


Kid-friendly features

Kindle’s hardware alone is very child-friendly. As said earlier, the Kindle Fire for kids is a bit smaller than the iPad. The 7-inch tablet is ideal for kids, even younger than 5 years old since the smaller and lighter the tablet is the easier for kids to hold and manage it.

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Posted by Mary Tordecilla - January 18, 2012 at 11:31 am

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