We were recently asked to be Kurio family blogger ambassadors and for the last 2 months we’ve been testing out the Kurio Tab2. Over the next few months we’ll be reporting back on our progress with the Tab2 but for now I wanted to to give you our first impressions.
The Kurio Tab2
We’ve given the Kurio Tab2 to Bella but, I have to admit to initially being a little concerned about giving a 3 year old a tablet. To combat this, I set some ground rules straight away with regards to how long she can play on it, and when she plays on it too. It mostly comes out on the weekend when we can sit with her and help her, and this is partly why this review will come in three parts. We wanted Bella to take her time exploring the tablet, so that she didn’t get too frustrated and so that she didn’t get what we call ‘screen face’. This is what we refer to when the little ons have played on the iPad or tablet for over 20 minutes- their eyes tend to go a little dazed, conversation is limited and tempers can become frayed easily. I’m sure fellow parents can recognise screen face from that description! We didn’t want that to happen in this case as we’ve heard so many good things about the Kurio Tab2.