Inflatable pools aren't simply for children anymore. We're taking a look at several of the best inflatable pools your family will love spending time in when the sun is out, including a few that are perfect for young swimmers.
ABC Mouse and Adventure Academy offer online learning for kids as young as two years old, and right now you can score a one-year membership to either service for only $45 when you sign up by February 17.
The Kids Editions of Amazon's Fire Tablets are amazing. Not only do you get a kid-proof case and a two-year no-questions-asked replacement guarantee, but Amazon also throws in an entire year of the Kids+ streaming service for free with the purchase.
Black Friday dropped the price of Amazon Fire TV Stick models by up to $20, and now you can score 3 months of the Kids+ streaming service for only $1 more when purchasing either the Fire TV Stick Lite, All-New Fire TV Stick, or the Fire TV Stick 4K!
Adventure Academy is an immersive virtual world designed to keep children ages 8 through 13 learning while they're at home. Kids will learn language arts, math, science, social studies, and more through games and fun activities to keep them involved.
Whether your child will be actually going back to school or taking their classes at home this upcoming school year, it's still essential that they're prepared with all the right supplies they'll need to finish their work. We've compiled a guide to some of the best deals on popular supplies they'll likely need during the year.
Kids+ gives your child access to kid-friendly shows and movies, eBooks, educational games and apps, and even Audible books! It's one of the most affordable services out there, and right now Prime members can score a full year's membership to the service for only $20.
A collection of Disney's best animated features are on sale at digital retailers like iTunes and Vudu for a limited time. Don't miss your chance to add movies like Aladdin, Cinderella, Pocahontas, and Moana to your collection at $10 off the usual cost.
ABCMouse and Adventure Academy offer online learning for kids as young as two years old, and right now you can score a one-year membership to either service for only $45 when you sign up before May 15.
Cards Against Humanity is well-known for being a ridiculous card game for adults, but the latest Family Version is suitable for kids too, ages eight and up. Check out the official Cards Against Humanity site now for a free PDF download of the game.
Intended for those under 2 to those as old as 12, ReadingIQ is full of thousands of books your child can read on their tablet, phone, or computer, and now you can score a free 30-day trial to get your kid started while they're home from school.