Just because school will be out soon doesn’t mean that you can’t push your child to learn over the summer. While the boychild’s summer will be filled with camp, swimming and fun; it’s also important that he works to prepare for his new grade while retaining what he learned this past school year. I’ve found that with the boychild, electronics and gadgets are my best bet. So this summer he will be completing lessons on the Little Scholar Kids Tablet.
The Little Scholar Kids Tablet is perfect for learning and/or play. It comes with a large 8-inch screen and protective bumper so that he doesn’t destroy it. It runs on the Google Android system and works perfectly with or without Wi-Fi. New for this year includes an updated tablet, new accessories including a carrying case AND plush from their own educational series, Charlie and Company. Created by the experts in early education, Little Scholar® is the best tablet to prepare your child for pre-K through 1st grade! The Little Scholar Kids Tablet provides over 200+ educational apps that come preloaded on the tablet. So every Little Scholar is jam-packed with lessons based on each of the “core curriculum” subjects for preschoolers, kindergartners, and first graders, including math, reading, spelling, logic, creativity, and geography. The new tablet is currently available at Meijer.
Here are a few of my favorite features:
- Over 200 apps including 98 songs and 54 “Start to Read” Books.
- All Start to Read!® Books will have read-along audio tracks.
- 2 convenient charging options: USB interface and 5-foot DC power cord.
- Download additional apps from the School Zone Market or the Amazon App Store
- The front and rear view camera is perfect for the little photographer.
The boychild is obsessed with his new tablet, it’s the perfect way to keep him learning during the summer and beyond. Because I love my readers, you will be happy to know that I’m giving away a Little Scholar Kids Tablet to one of you.
See the review and giveaway at Swa-Rai Mommy.