Parents can also access a password-protected area that allows them to purchase additional apps, remove existing apps, manage where kids can find their apps, and more. The Little Scholar tablet is Wi-Fi capable, so parents can even access a full Internet browser, but kids don’t need to be connected to enjoy all of the fun apps that are already downloaded.
Perfect for kids ages 3 to 7, the Little Scholar is a great first tablet for kids. Parents can rest assured knowing their kids will be fully entertained while learning three grade levels worth of curriculum on a device that is completely safe and educator approved.
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