For a while, Thomas has had a tablet which he plays games on. I was apprehensive about getting him one at first as I hated the thought of him getting online and viewing inappropriate things and it did take me a while to set it all up so that he could not access any internet which was annoying to do.
The problem we have now though, is that Charlie gets jealous of not having a tablet and really wants one. I have been saying no for a while but have come to the realisation that it would be great for him to have a tool like this to learn on. The amount of games and app's you can download for children, not only fun games but educational ones too, outweighs the negatives of children having tablets and so I have caved and am contemplating getting him one.
This time though, I am wanting one that is aimed towards children, a Kurio and am using this post to apply to become one of their #KurioFamilyBloggers and test one out for a younger child.
The best thing about the Kurio tablets, is that they are geared directly towards children, and are the safest tablets for children to have. Although, it does have the ability to go online, parents can restrict access and Kurio have a internet filtering system which blocks certain websites and it is forever checking new sites and determining whether they are suitable for children before allowing the tablet user to access it.
The Kurio tablets come pre-loaded with over 50 apps and games and also comes with Google Play so that you can download more apps for your child to play on.
For me, I love the idea that Kurio have designed a tablet aimed towards children and have thought of everything when it comes to internet usage, parental controls and games and app downloads.
If I was lucky enough to be picked as one of the #KurioFamilyBloggers then I would love for Charlie to be able to either have the Kurio Tab or the Kurio Tab XL (I personally think that the bigger sized one would be of better use with his learning and joining in with things that are happening on screen)