Happy New Year! Christmas is over and we can all breathe a huge sigh of relief! Or can we? Are you one of the many parents that has given in to your child’s demands and bought them an iPad but you’re sat here now gritting your teeth and flinching each time they plonk it down roughly on the table? What do they think it is? Some sort of cheap etch a sketch as opposed to the expensive technologically advanced device it actually is? It is unfortunately true that children do not appreciate the value of things and whilst this worry free attitude is admirable, their disregard for the expensive Christmas presents you spent all year saving for isn’t! iPads retail at well into the hundreds of pounds mark, why not spend a little more on ensuring the safety of your device? With this in mind, Kids Cover would like to introduce to you our range of iPad protective cases.
The versatility of iPads is part of what makes the device so appealing. This is especially so for the purpose of education. Over the years, the average classroom has started to see the emergence of more advanced technology. ICT Suites are common place in schools now with the use of them being incorporated into the curriculum. PCs and laptops have been understood for a long time to be valuable educational tools. The same can be said about iPads.
The brand Kids Cover can be slightly misleading and although accurate in that the product we provide is the children’s iPad case, the use of these iPad protective cases is not limited to iPads used only by children. Yes they come in a range of colours that may be more suited to children but we also provide our covers in black.
Today, every child has their own electrical device; whether that is a mobile phone, tablet or a music player. But one of the most popular electrical devices children have is the iPad. Children can use their iPads for anything and everything; searching the web, playing games, downloading applications, learning, and much more.
Many children have their very own iPads, including iPad Mini. They are very popular because they can help to educate children. In fact, over 66% of families with children have some sort of tablets (including iPads). Still, iPad Minis are also quite fragile and will need some form of protection; as children will be dropping and scratching their iPads, after all the iPad Mini doesn’t come cheap!