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Do you or your kids have a vision board?

One of the things that really helped me focus and reach some big goals over the last few years, has been creating a vision board online. This year my 8 year old daughter loved helping me with my vision board so much that she wanted to make her own.

Kids are never too young to dream big so I was excited to help.

I asked her to start by writing down her goals. She was writing them in her notepad but then I noticed she grabbed her beloved Fire HD 8 Kids Edition tablet.

My daughter politely informed me that she could create a vision board right on the Fire Kids Edition, plus it can help her reach her goals.

vision board for kids

Have you heard of the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet?

They are the #1 tablets in the U.S. for kids. All parents will appreciate that the Fire Kids Edition Tablets come with a kid-proof bumper case and a two-year worry free guarantee, no questions asked.

One of my favorite things about the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet is they offer parents peace of mind.

Thanks to the Parental Control settings in Amazon FreeTime, parents can easily set time limits, adjust filters based upon age, enable/disable access to the web browser, and more. This can be

The Parent Dashboard lets you review the digital content your kids are using in FreeTime, manage time limits and educational goals, and also remotely adjust your child’s FreeTime settings. I love that feature for when I am away from my daughter, yet I know I can still access her Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet.

Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet

Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet

Learn how to help kids create a vision board online with the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet.

Have you heard of the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet? Learn how to help kids create a vision board online and reach their goals with this device.

Remember I told you my daughter originally started writing down her vision board list, but then stopped? Instead she decided to browse through some of the kid-friendly websites on the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition tablet in order to get inspiration and photos for her vision board online.

  • First I helped her take screenshots of certain places she hopes to travel to, which we found online. I can feel more comfortable with her being on the internet since Amazon Free Time offers an optional Kids Browser which features tens of thousands of kid-safe websites and also web videos.
  • Then we scrolled through some apps, books and videos. Each Fire HD 8 Kids Edition tablet comes with a one-year subscription to Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, which provides access to over 20,000 books, videos, educational apps and also age-appropriate games.
  • Next she downloaded a bunch of books to read throughout the year, and also set a goal to learn Spanish. There is a lot of Spanish Language Content available within Amazon FreeTime and FreeTime Unlimited. At no additional cost, kids have access to over 1,000 age-appropriate books, videos, educational apps, games, and Audible books, plus thousands of kid-friendly and hand-curated websites and web videos completely in Spanish.
  • Then I showed her a notes app where she was able to type her list of goals, which she now calls her vision board online.
  • Let the fun begin, because now it is time for her to crush those goals she set. My daughter has big plans to travel to at least three new places this year, read 3 books each month and also learn Spanish.

Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet

I love that she can play, learn, read and take her vision board with her wherever she goes. Offline Mode lets kids download FreeTime Unlimited content for viewing offline.

If your kids could create their own vision board online, what kind of goals do you think they would set? How could the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition tablet help them reach their goals?

 

 

 

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