by Piera Jolly | Jolly Mom

I swear babies come out of the womb knowing how to use smartphones and tablets these days. Amelia has already shown interest in our iPhones and is perfectly adept at “swiping” and going through apps. She is 18 months old. Totally blows me away. The thing is that if she is going to use a smartphone or a tablet of any kind, it needs to be educational and it needs to be appropriate content. This is true for both her and Lucas (7 years old). I don’t want to worry about her viewing inappropriate videos or content.

That’s why I love the new Little Scholar Tablet for kids – it literally comes LOADED with 150+ apps, videos, music, books, and more…all appropriate and ready for your little ones right out of the box. You don’t have to spend hours setting it up and you don’t have to constantly worry that your kids will stumble onto something they shouldn’t be watching and you don’t even need an internet connection to use. However, this is a fully functional tablet so you can add apps if you want to and of course – connect to the internet too.

Watch the video below to hear about the features we love!

About the Little Scholar Tablet:

Little Scholar tablet from SchoolZone (leading educational kids publisher) is jam packed with 150 educational apps(including videos, songs and e-books), valued at nearly $400 worth of FREE content. Little Scholar provides its users with lessons based on all of the “core curriculum” subjects for preschoolers, kindergartners, and first graders, including math, reading, spelling, logic, creativity, and geography. Parents can even use an App management tool to choose the apps, music, and e-books that are active on Little Scholar, so they can tailor the content to fit the learning needs of their children. Little Scholar was made for kids 3-7 and features an 8-inch screen and runs a Google Android™ 4.2.2 operating system.

Jolly Mom Reviews Little Scholar Tablet