by Rhianna Leopold | Kidsday Reporter

I tested the Little Scholar tablet (School Zone) for kids. This tablet is targeted for preschoolers, kindergartners and first-graders. I reviewed the preschool level apps. It looks like my Dreamtab tablet. It has the same home button and screen.

The tablet itself comes with a rubber protector, a USB wire and an AC adapter to charge the battery or plug into the wall to use without draining the battery. It has a lot of cool features like front and rear facing cameras, silly special effects and a gallery for your photos.

I wanted to review this because I have a 2-year-old brother, but it is meant for kids who are a little bit older. I decided to let my 3 1/2-year-old neighbor test it out. He has other similar electronics so it was very easy for him to use. There are many apps for the preschool level. There are Alphabet Flashcards, Clickity Clack Alphabet, Colors and Shapes Flash, I Like to Paint, I Want a Pet, Jigsaw Junior, Memory Jr., My First Movies and Numbers Flashcards to name a few.

I think it is a wonderful learning tablet. I had fun using it, too.

Rating: 4.5 smiles

Review: Little Scholar tab fun, educational | Newsday