Finding the right e-reader for our child these days is challenging.
This is because using a tablet freely without parental controls might give them a chance to avoid complete parental supervision.
Therefore, it is important to note that giving them full access to a tablet might have applications that might be a huge distraction. Gaming and chat applications are trending topics in School these days.
This Amazon Kindle e-reader is designed only for reading, so there are no tablet or web-browsing capabilities that can get kids distracted. The Kindle has a glare-free 6-inch screen and no backlight — so it’s truly reading time, not screen time, and you don’t have to worry about them reading after bedtime.
The Barnes & Noble NOOK has a 7-inch color, backlit display optimized for comfortable reading. It comes with GooglePlay, which gives users access to millions of Android apps, making this as much a tablet as it is an e-reader. Individual profiles make it easy for kids to share, and parental controls keep everything in check.
The Kobo Aura One e-reader has the largest display on the market, with a 7.8-inch screen. It’s all business with the Aura One — the screen size, a crisp display designed to read like print, and an adaptive lighting system will make this something even book-collecting kiddos can enjoy. It’s also waterproof, which means fewer accidents to worry about.
The FunTab is a beginner tablet and e-reader combination that’s designed specifically for children. It has a touch screen, parental controls, pre-loaded apps and games designed to be educational and safe for young kids. A silicone case protects the tablet from bumps and drops, and the battery life lasts up to 6.5 hours after one charge.