Kids Can Access Free Spanish-Language Media on the Amazon Fire Kids Edition
Get ready to hear about your favorite characters' adventures ¡en español!
February 16, 2019
Amazon just debuted a new Spanish-language feature for its popular FreeTime Unlimited service. By enabling the Spanish language option on the parent dashboard in the Free Time Unlimited app, kid favorites like Sonic the Hedgehog, Bob the Builder, and Curious George become officially bilingual.
The subscription service—which is free for a year with Fire Kids Edition tablets—now includes more than 1,000 Spanish-language books, games, and dubbed movies and television shows like Lego Ninjago Tournament of Elements, Madeline, and you guessed it—Baby Shark, or in this case bebé tiburón.
Original Spanish programming, like the Latin American hit Plaza Sésamo, are available, too. Even Batman's superhero antics through Gotham City in the Lego game Batman 2 will help your child develop their language skills by the addition of Spanish subtitles throughout the experience.
Parents can choose to click the Spanish-only option, English-only option, or for a truly bilingual experience, both. With a FreeTime Unlimited Subscription, kids also have access to videos, educational apps, games, and thousands of hand-curated websites and videos from Nickelodeon, Disney, PBS, Amazon Originals, and more—all in a super-safe and parent-controlled environment designed especially for little ones.
Buy Fire Kids Edition tablets here:
- Fire 7 Kids Edition tablet — $69.99 until 9 p.m. on March 2
- Fire 8 Kids Edition tablet — $99.99 until 9 p.m. on March 2
- Fire 10 Kids Edition tablet — $159.99 until 9 p.m. on March 2
You can also use your FreeTime Unlimited Subscription on compatible Echo devices, Fire tablets, iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.