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Keep your kids entertained indoors with 3 months of FreeTime Unlimited for just $1

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With kids being kept home from school during the health crisis, you're going to have to find a way to keep them occupied while you work from home. There are a bunch of online learning websites to help continue their development, but you also want to mix in some fun stuff so they don't get totally bored. Thankfully, Amazon has a timely promotion on its FreeTime Unlimited service (opens in new tab) offering three months of family access for just $0.99. Considering it's normally $10 per month for the family plan, this a total steal.

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FreeTime Unlimited unlocks access to a vast selection of kid-friendly apps, games, movies, TV shows, eBooks, and even music that your child can enjoy on a tablet or phone. You can score a three-month membership for only $1 right now!

FreeTime Unlimited is a sure bet to keep your kids entertained with parent-approved content, from movies and TV shows to games, music, eBooks, and more while COVID-19 is keeping them indoors. $1 is a small price to pay for making sure your child is having fun with approved content rather than surfing the web or YouTube freely, and with this well-timed deal, you can even score a three-month membership for only $0.99 (opens in new tab). We dare you to find another way to keep your child entertained for three months for only $1, and if you can, please let us know! Alternatively, the 1-year FreeTime Unlimited plan (opens in new tab) is down to $19.99 from its regular price of $99.

FreeTime Unlimited unlocks unlimited access to kid-friendly apps, games, books, TV shows, movies and more, many of which are educational and can help teach your child while they're having fun. Much of this content is by Disney, Nickelodeon, PBS, and other well-known brands. There are also "best-in-class" parental controls that can let you restrict what your child will see and set usage time limits. The content provided is best suited for kids aged 3 through 12.

Content from FreeTime Unlimited can be accessed on a variety of devices too, including Fire TVs, iOS and Android devices, and Kindle e-readersw. You can even download content for offline viewing.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](