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How To Set Up Those School Provided Websites & Online Materials So Your Child Can Access Them! (Amazon Fire)
Your child’s school along with many amazing scholastic resources are being provided for free right now, but setting them up on your child’s device is not always straight forward. Many of these materials have logins, or are hidden pages making them difficult to access behind parental controls. But do not fear! We can help you get some of these online resources set up on your childs device.
This simple four step tutorial, with images, will guide you quickly through setting up a child profile on your Amazon Fire tablet.
With school’s being out for the foreseeable future for many parents, ensuring our kids and ourselves aren’t falling into unhealthy screen time habits is imperative. A great way to manage when, what and how much your kids are using their Amazon Fire Tablet’s is by utilizing the Parental Controls feature of the Amazon Fire tablet. Below is a brief overview of the features of the Parental controls and how to set them up.
Top Tips for Finding what you’re looking for with Google Search:
Let Auto-Complete Assist you: Notice how the text starts to finish your question for you? If you hold off on typing for a second you might find that there is already a search question exactly like yours. Using your mouse to click on that search result will sometimes give you a better result than finishing what you’re typing. Just make sure the request is for the same thing!
Use the Toolbar to Narrow your search: The bar at the top is also really helpful in narrowing down your results.