The Fire HD 8 Kids Edition tablet is a durable, kid-friendly tablet with a year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited and, when it’s in your hand, there’s no stopping your children from learning and playing on the go. It’s also backed by Kid-Proof-platinum (and mama approved) so you can pass it along to another child when they’re done.
Why buy a Fire HD 8 Kids tablet?
1) Kid Friendly- With access to age-appropriate content from Disney, Nickelodeon, and Universal Kids and kids-specific search functionality built-in, young listeners will find a happy place on the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition.
2) 1 Year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited for you and your Family- This value packs the complete Amazon FreeTime Unlimited plan providing over 15,000 books, music lessons, educational apps & games for kids ages 3 to 12 with no additional monthly fees.
The Fire HD 8 tablet has a unique feature called FreeTime Unlimited parental controls, you can set daily time limits for kids and give access to appropriate books, music, apps, and games.
3) Experience for Yourself- With millions of kids already using Amazon FreeTime Unlimited there is a ton of content to explore from favorite characters like Frozen’s Elsa, Spider-Man, and Paw Patrol to fun educational apps that help teach preschool skills like the alphabet or counting.
4) Parents Can Relax- The Fire HD 8 Kids Edition is designed for a child’s tough environment, it is built with a durable case and has an ipx7 rating which means it can be submerged in up to 2 meters of water for up to 30 minutes. The 8″ tablet comes with a kid-proof case (if dropped on the floor it will not break) and 2 years worry-free guarantee on worry-free protection.
5) Family Friendly- Family Sharing is built into your Fire HD 8 tablet and the new FreeTime parental controls have built-in curbed time limits and content types. So no need to worry about what your kids might access online, you can get them their favorite content right at home. And if you still have concerns, FreeTime allows you to hand-select which books, games, and videos kids can access.