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The best Walmart tablet for children with disabilities

You’ll find a fantastic selection of tablets on sale for children with disabilities at Walmart this month. In this buying guide, we take a look at the best child-friendly Walmart tablets, and our price comparison tool means you’ll be able to get the cheapest price, too. (Or if you’re thinking about picking up a Walmart Black Friday deal generally, we’ve got you covered elsewhere on the site.)

Check out also the review from NRR  on Best Kids Tablet in 2019.

When buying a tablet for kids, there are a few things to consider before parting with your cash. Make sure you choose a model that’s robust enough to withstand knocks and drops while being carried around. Keep an eye out for any tablets that offer rugged cases that will help protect them from being broken.

They should also be small and light enough to be used comfortably by kids, so tablets with a screen size of 7 to 10 inches is recommended. And choose one that comes with built-in parental controls, so you can limit the amount of time your kids spend on the tablet, and keep them away from unsuitable content.

However, there’s a lot on offer at Walmart – so to help you pick the right one, here’s our pick of the best Walmart tablets for children

The best Walmart tablets for children with disabilities:

01. Samsung Galaxy Tab E Lite

The best all-round kids’ tablet at Walmart

Weight: 310g | Dimensions: 193.4 x 116.4 x 9.7 mm | OS: Android 4.7 | Screen size: 7-inch | Resolution: 600 x 1024 | Storage: 8GB | microSD slot: Yes | Battery: 3,600mAh | Rear camera: 2MP | Front camera: N/A

The Samsung Galaxy Tab E Lite is a brilliant all-round tablet for kids at Walmart. It’s small and light enough to be easily carried around, and it comes with a microSD slot, which means you can easily expand its storage capabilities if you want to fill it with videos and games to keep the little ones entertained. It comes with an old version of Android, but this can be updated, and you’ll get access to a huge range of apps and games from the Google Play Store. This tablet is showing its age, however, so your kids may grow out of it, and the camera isn’t great. But, for a first kids’ tablet, this is an excellent choice, and Walmart offers it for a very decent price.

02. iPad mini 4

The best high-end Walmart tablet for kids

Weight: 299g | Dimensions: 203.2 x 134.8 x 6.1mm | OS: iOS 11 | Screen size: 7.9-inch | Resolution: 1536 x 2048 | CPU: A8 | RAM: 2GB | Storage: 16GB/32GB/64GB/128GB | microSD slot: No | Battery: 5,124mAh | Rear camera: 8MP | Front camera: 1.2MP

Many child-friendly tablets (from Walmart and other retailers) are usually rather limited when it comes to power and features. This makes them great starter tablets, but it can mean your children soon outgrow them. If you want a tablet that’s powerful enough to meet the growing demands of your children, then the

New projects to strengthen step-families and keep children out of care

£84m for projects that support step-families, marking 30th anniversary of the Children Act

Children in and on the edge of care will benefit from £84 million of new investment for projects designed to strengthen and support step-families – marking the 30th anniversary of the Children Act by reaffirming its core principle that, where possible, children are best brought up with their parents.

Up to 20 councils will receive funding to help improve their practice, supporting families to stay together wherever appropriate, so that fewer children need to be taken into care and giving them the best chance to succeed in life.

Three ‘early adopters’ have been unveiled to deliver one of three landmark projects originally run through the Department for Education’s Innovation Programme: Darlington, Cambridgeshire and Middlesbrough.

The launch of the government’s Strengthening Families, Protecting Children programme will start work to roll out the three successful projects to other eligible councils, where there are persistently high numbers of children being taken into care.

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Education Secretary Damian Hinds said:

Every child deserves to grow up in a stable, loving family and go through life confident that someone always has your back. But for too many children, this is simply not a reality. With the number of children in care rising, many of these children face a far starker version of reality, one where their parents are in the grips of their own nightmare, through mental health problems, the trauma of domestic violence or an addiction.

We must assist those parents facing difficulties and work with them to strengthen their family relationships so they can properly support their children. In the year that sees the 30th anniversary of the Children’s Act, we must stay true to its heart – that where possible and safe, children are best brought up, loved and supported by their parents.

As a government, we want to strengthen families so that, wherever possible, they stay together and provide their children with a safe and stable home life. As Education Secretary, it’s my job to make sure what works to keep families together and change lives, is available to more children and families in need.

The projects were originally developed by Leeds, Hertfordshire and North Yorkshire councils – all rated ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. They aim to build resilience among more vulnerable families and improve how councils design and run services. They also support social workers to confidently identify where families can stay together in the home safely, without putting children or partners at risk.