The zoo animal line from Skip Hop keeps kids entertained in a few different ways. Its padded cover offers protection for the tablet, and you can securely hang it from a strap while driving. The case also has two-way velcro straps to attach to a car seat. You can even download zoo character backgrounds onto the tablet to match. It comes in monkey and in owl.
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As sturdy as a truck, this fun design is made with high-density silicone that will prevent five-alarm accidents from wreaking major damage.
The Stylefolio iPad Mini 3 Case has full perimeter protection, preventing your device from becoming the victim of spills, bumps, and scratches. This model is handy for propping your iPad on a flat surface with its secure closure clasp, and it comes in so many colors that you shouldn't have any problem matching it to the color scheme of the romper room.
This case is lightweight, shock-proof and has a hard shell to prevent accidents. It has a convertible handle stand and comes in eye-popping, bright colors, making it easier to find the next time your tablet gets lost. Which will be, like, any second now.
This stylish tablet protector is made from natural materials and is resistant to stretching and pulling. The thick, padded sleeve is also shock absorbing, water-repellent and antistatic. It's almost too sophisticated-looking to be kid-friendly.
Need help organizing your busy parental lifestyle? This tablet case, from Los Angeles-based This Is Ground, will do more than protect your device. The Mod 2 has a magnetic spine and includes a soft stand for your tablet. The interior can hold items including your phone, glasses, cards, notebook, cords and more. It's also compatible with any brand of tablet.
This case comes with some handy features, such as automatically waking or putting a tablet to sleep when the lid opens and closes. Its folding cover also transforms into a stand with two viewing angles. There is also an interior hand strap, so a parent can hold a kid in one hand and a tablet in the other.