~I received a Watch & Roll and a subscription to Kidoodle.TV for the purpose of reviewing. Opinions and stories are my own.~
I let my girls enjoy their iPad minis whenever we are in the car and I am more than willing to admit it. I like it because it keeps them entertained and I can focus on the road and my driving. It use to be they would place it in their laps and turn their heads down to watch their programs on it. Now my girls use their handy-dandy Watch & Roll carrier to not only use it to carry around but it doubles as a holder for their iPads so they can just lean back and enjoy the show. Of course kids like variety so they can change up what they are watching every time and that is why the Kidoodle.TV subscription works so great with it.
Watch & Roll is a protective multi-use interactive case kit that allows you to easily transfer multimedia devices between car, stroller and everywhere in between. Watch and Roll is a fully protective case that is for use with all iPad models, any 7-10 inch tablets as well as any smartphone. It includes one vertical attachment strap and one horizontal attachment strap. It also comes in several cute colors and designs.
My oldest daughter knows she has to always put her iPad in this case when carrying it anywhere. It is just so nice to have a convenient carry case for electronics.
Kidoodle.TV is a subscription that allows your kids to watch programming all from their smart device. The Kidoodle.TV library features cartoons, kids’ sitcoms, nature, educational and wildlife shows while continually expanding its library on an ongoing basis. You can set time limits and have a passcode protected parents room so you can customize the viewing experience for up to 5 household users. My girls are big fans of Strawberry Shortcake, Paddington Bear and National Geographic shows which are all currently on their available content watch list.
Head on over to the Watch & Roll Facebook Page and enter to win a Watch & Roll with a one year subscription to Kiddodle.TV. Their contest ends on Friday, November 28th.