Brand new to the tech scene is the Little Scholar® Early Learning Kids Tablet. Created by experts in early education, the Little Scholar tablet prepares children for pre-k through 1st grade. My 3-year-old was the perfect candidate to test out the new kids tablet.
Why is Little Scholar the best kids tablet?
Created with little hands in mind, Little Scholar is preloaded with School Zone’s 200+ learning apps, books, songs and videos designed to teach kids 3-7 the essential skills needed for school. That’s right – the tablet comes ready to go! No downloading necessary. Simply charge the tablet and hand it to your eager little one to begin learning. It can’t get much easier than that!
The main screen offers Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st grade apps. There’s also a camera with filters, books, music, and more! By the way these apps are NOT dependent on internet connection, although there is wireless capabilities available if needed.
Little Scholar runs on Google Android 4.2.2 operating system and offers an 8-inch screen. I appreciate the textured easy-grip protective bumper because we all know how rough kids can be at times.
L and I have only worked on the Pre-K apps so far, but I am already impressed. His favorite learning apps include the interactive flashcards, music and art.
He really can’t get enough of his very own learning tablet. He loves playing the games. And I appreciate that they are all kid-safe, and helping him to grow his learning skills. Plus parents have the A+ app in the top left corner to view graphs and reports of your child’s activity with each program.
Charlie and Company features children’s music by Brian Vander Ark of The Verve Pipe. The only thing I saw missing from the music section was a simple app singing the A, B, C’s while showing the letters. Possibly that’s in the Kindergarten series, but I feel it’s a song worth adding to the collection.
The Little Scholar learning tablet is a regular necessity for trips in the car, and is especially helpful while waiting in the carpool line for big brother. I really see Little Scholar being a great asset to L’s learning, and look forward to seeing him grow!
As I mentioned above, Little Scholar does not require Wi-Fi to work. Everything is made simple for both the child and parent. It’s a definite win-win, and great value.