Honestly, what would be do without Amazon right now? I love that I can still order fresh produce, wine and snacks from local stores during this lockdown, but knowing Amazon is there to send me anything else I need – plus all that Prime Video, Kindle Books and Audible content – is pretty comforting, too.
And now, Amazon has a subscription that's specifically for kids. It's called FreeTime Unlimited, which makes sense, since it's for younger viewers and explorers to use during their free time – especially now that there's so much more of it. The service gives your family access to kid-friendly books, movies, TV shows, apps and games (including French-language books and videos) that are compatible with certain Fire tablets.
It divides content into three age groups: three to five years old, six to eight and nine to 12. FreeTime Unlimited includes content from Disney, Nickelodeon, Sesame Street and Cartoon Network, and it's WAY cheaper than other subscription services out there. First, some users can qualify for a FREE 30-day trial to test things out, and then monthly plans start at $3.99 for Amazon Prime members and $5.99 for non-members.
They also have a Parent Dashboard that you can use to keep an eye on everything your littles consume through FreeTime Unlimited. Use it to set time limits for them, block access to games and cartoons until after they're done with educational activities and set up age filters and profiles for different children in your home.