Google just announced Google Kids Space, a new kids mode on select Android tablets that features apps, books and videos for your kids to explore, learn and have fun. Kids Space will be available globally on certain Lenovo™ tablets first, including the new Lenovo Smart Tab M10 HD Gen 2, and will be coming to more Android tablets soon.
This is one of the ways Google has been working to make Android more kid-friendly. They started with Family Link (which I use with my daughter's Android tablet). Family Link gives parents the tools they need to stay involved and help manage their child’s online experiences, from setting screen time limits to content safety filters, privacy controls and more.
Google also has a new Kids Tab in Google Play that helps parents find "teacher-approved" apps for their kids.
Kids Space is designed for kids, helping them explore their interests and find engaging content to read, play and make. Kids can even make their own character to use in it.
It also includes a library of apps and books for kids, including over 400 free books, and there are creative, fun videos from YouTube Kids available.
This is a great resource for parents and kids.
Read more here: https://www.blog.google/technology/families/kids-space