Powerful, full-featured Fire tablet—with 1 year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited and a Kid-Proof Case—for a savings of up to $109—plus a 2-year worry-free guarantee.


If they break it, we’ll replace it. No questions asked.

We all know accidents happen. The 2-year worry-free guarantee includes coverage for anything that happens to your Fire tablet. Just return the tablet and we’ll replace it for free. It also covers your Fire tablet against electrical and mechanical breakdowns.

A case designed for little hands, protects against big drops

The Kid-Proof Case is designed to be the perfect solution for parents who need worry-free protection against drops, bumps, and the typical mayhem caused by kids at play. Designed to be durable and lightweight, the Kid-Proof Case fits perfectly in little hands without adding unnecessary weight to their Fire tablet.

Not a Toy

Latest generation Fire Tablet

A full-featured Fire tablet that includes a 1024 x 600 IPS display that’s perfect for watching movies like Frozen, plus a fast quad-core processor that ensures quick app launch times and smooth games and video. The Fire Kids Edition tablet comes in black (with a blue, pink, or green Kid-Proof Case), expandable storage capacity up to 128 GB with microSD, and a 7-inch display.

No more worrying about storage space

Keep your child’s photos, movies, games and apps with you using a microSD card slot that lets you expand your tablet’s storage by up to 128 GB.

Capture life’s moments

Fire Kids Edition has a 2 MP rear-facing camera for taking high-resolution photos and 720p HD video, and a front-facing camera that’s perfect for video calls between kids and grandparents.

Made Just for Them

Made Just for Them

Designed with kids in mind

Fire Kids Edition starts in Amazon FreeTime, which is built from the ground up just for kids. The background color and fonts change to a kid-friendly design, they only see the titles that they have access to see, the home screen carousel shows their recently viewed titles, and they can even navigate visually to content based on characters or topics.

Profiles designed for kids…

Parents can create up to four individual child profiles and choose titles from their own collection of content that they want to give each of their kids access to. It’s like giving each kid his or her very own, personalized tablet. A child’s profile does not have access to in-app purchases, email, or social media features.

…And for parents

Parents can take Fire Kids Edition out of Amazon FreeTime using a password. Fine tune settings, download apps, or share kids’ drawings with family on Facebook. You can choose specific books, videos, and apps for your child to see in Amazon FreeTime from your library or when you purchase new content from Amazon.

3 thoughts on “Fire Kids Edition Tablet, 7″ Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB, Green Kid-Proof Case

  1. John Ryan says:

    UPDATED REVIEW: Amazing value, two years accidental damage cover and FreeTime. Read on for a plain English review. I’ve owned several iPad’s and tested and reviewed numerous inexpensive (sometimes “cheap and nasty”), 7 and 10 inch tablets for kids, and was impressed by this – as was my 3 year old granddaughter.As I work in IT, I’m aware just how confusing technology can be, so I’ll try to avoid references to jargon, and focus instead on the experience. I’ve broken the review up into sections so you can skip the bits you’re less interested in.Quick Summary============With a years subscription to FreeTime and it’s huge library of age appropriate videos, books and games, a two year replacement policy and a great tablet, this seems pretty good value.Although not as sharp as the more expensive competition, the screen is clear, bright and colourful at almost any angle, and a pleasure to watch video or play games on. It is highly reflective, and pretty useless in bright sunlight, but…

  2. rdbud says:

    Great value, OK performance, and a little shady price-gouging on SD cards. *Edit 12/23/15*It appears that the linked SD card below and the one made for Fire tablets are the same price now, although the Fire one still does not come with an adapter. Should have been that way from day one.*end editLet’s get the cost/benefit of buying this versus the $50 model out of the way. For $100, you get:7″ Kindle Fire without sponsored lockscreens = $65Kid-proof case = $202-year accident protection = $161-year of Free Time Unlimited = $36 minimumThat’s a nice value! I’ve seen a few reviews where people are upset that it doesn’t work without Wi-Fi, but I’m not sure what their expectations are. If you have previously download an app/game/video and it doesn’t require internet access (some do, some don’t), it works fine. As for performance, it’s OK. Not great. It freezes every now and then and needs to be rebooted more often than I’d like to get it working again. This is frustrating to a…

  3. Kim Brady says:

    I like how durable these things are and that they come … I bought two of these for my toddlers (age 2 and 3.5) for Christmas, but due to excitement we decided to give them to them a couple weeks before. I will more then likely come back to edit this as I find new things but this is what I’ve got so far:I like how durable these things are and that they come with such a great 2 year warranty. My two year old throws it A LOT once she got so bad she dropped it from the top of our stairs off the balcony, thankfully not an issue from that. The cases seemed like cheap quality at first but now that I’ve seen them in use they are great. It slid on really easy and they haven’t came off once, which I really thought they would because of how easy they went on. I have a love/hate relationship with how protective it for kids. I love it because it’s great to keep tabs on the kids, they can’t get into anything they shouldn’t without a password, they have a setting that turns it off after so long. I hate it because for me I don’t…

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