Win a School Zone Little Scholars Tablet ($129 value)


When Jason was probably 3 years old, he had already mastered our television remote control. Heck, he probably could’ve downloaded apps on my cell phone if I let him. But really, what parent is going to give their 3-year-old an iPhone to play with? Wait, please don’t answer that…

What would’ve been great to have at the time (and also a few years later when Ryan was born), was a kid-friendly tablet. No, I don’t just mean a tablet with “safe” modes on it to keep kids from spending $57,000 on in-game “gems” or visiting websites they shouldn’t be looking at. I mean a tablet that’s made for kids.

That’s where the School Zone Little Scholars Tablet comes into play! (Check out this great Little Scholars review from my buddy Myrah!) Forget about sharing your smart phones or iPads. No more grubby, sticky fingers all over your screens! Instead, let your kids have their own fully functioning tablet ready to go whenever they are. The School Zone Little Scholars Tablet is a legitimate real working tablet, that’s chock full of educational opportunities for your little guys and gals.

Made for tech-minded kids ages 3 to 7, it teaches through games. Yes indeed, the Little Scholars Tablet is fun AND educational!


Nothing’s worse than talking down to kids. Trust me, they’re way smarter than we think. The School Zone Little Scholars Tablet isn’t a close approximation of a tablet. It’s not designed to fool kids and do nothing more than show a few pretty pictures. Uh uh. In this highly visual, sensory-overload world we live in today, kids will most certainly know a real tablet from a knock-off.

The Little Scholars Tablet works with or without WiFi and your kids will have access to more than 200 pre-loaded educational apps, videos, songs, and books. Finally, you can feel good knowing that your child is exercising his or her little mind instead of simply clicking away mindlessly at repetitive games.

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School Zone Little Scholars Tablet Features:

  • Over 200 apps, videos, songs, and books
  • Parent Report App for monitoring progress
  • 8″ touch screen
  • 5 foot power cord

The School Zone Little Scholars Tablet is not a toy; it’s a real tablet made for real kids.  This 100% fully functioning tablet lets your kids have fun while they… shhh… learn. For more information on the School Zone Little Scholars Tablet, visit the School Zone website.

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Thanks to my blog buddy Myrah over at Coupon Mamacita (best blog name ever!), I’m joining in a fun giveaway too! You can win your very own tablet!

Win a School Zone Little Scholar Tablet
$129 Value

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Giveaway ends on March 25, 2016 at 11:59 pm. All opinions are 100% mine. This giveaway is in no way associated with, sponsored, administered, or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest or any other social media network. Open to US residents only (excludes Puerto Rico), must be 18+. Confirmed winner(s) will be contacted through email and have 48 hours to respond before a new winner will be drawn. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law.

94 thoughts on “Win a School Zone Little Scholars Tablet ($129 value)”

  1. I buy them puzzles, a lot of books, games for their Leap Frog as well as education games on my ipad for them to play.

  2. I always buy him books. he loves when I read to him and it’s so important to read to your little one everyday. I would love to get a tablet for him. He is two and can already use my cell phone. It’s amazing how smart our little ones are!!

  3. i start with numbers, then the alphabet the we go to reading. i like the toys that incorporate those things in that order. there are a lot of fun educational toys for the kids.

  4. We have purchased a lot of physical items so far, like puzzles and blocks. We are looking for tech stuff as well and feel this would make a great addition to the current items we have.

  5. I buy my grandkids books and puzzles. We get to do these things together and they are learning and think it is fun.
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  6. I usually buy my children audio books so they can hear the story being read to them and hopefully once they start reading on their own they will already have developed a love for reading. I also buy them blocks and puzzles.

  7. My daughter is three. I am trying to find her toys that help her count and learn her letters. I also really like puzzles and activity books.

  8. Our little grandson is now 2 years old and i usually buy V-Tech toys because they are all about learning. I have my son’s old cell phone that I put on some kids mode apps for learning and he loves them. I think this tablet would be fantastic because it is larger than the phone, thanks

  9. Well my son is grown, but my favorite educational toys have always been disguised as fun! Crafts and puzzles were my go-tos.

  10. I used to buy books & legos for my 3 boys who are now grown 🙂
    I would love to give this to my friend’s daughter for her 4th birthday this July.

  11. As a teacher, I try to buy a variety of things. I buy computer/electronic things often. I also like to get physical things they can use their hands with like puzzles, games, experiment kits, etc…

  12. Flash cards, video games, learning apps, activity books for math and spelling. My kids prefer learning with video games and apps because it’s more like a game.

  13. I am entering for my grandchildren who stay with me frequently. I keep activity books, reading books and all sorts of entertaining and educational bgames.

  14. I buy Activity Books, and Reading Books. I also like to buy toys that they learn to make things, that way they can use their imaginations.

  15. We love LeapFrog products! We have a reader and a video game system from them! We also let them use our phones for educational apps! I love that you can take learning on the go to accommodate busy schedules!

  16. We promote a lot of pretend play as well as puzzles, board games, books, and leap frog products that teaches letters.

  17. My children are adults now. When they were little, we bought them books, crayons, paints and coloring books. We really encouraged learning and the importance of education.

  18. I like board games, puzzles, drawing pads, and any toy that requires using their imagination! They especially love Magformers.

  19. Mostly puzzles, board games, and books. But we occasionally purchase electronic toys that are educational for them as well. It really depends on their interests.


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