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How to Choose Kids Friendly iPAD Cases?

Kid-friendly iPAD Case

A while ago, I reviewed three baby-friendly iPAD cases. For babies, the cases must have drop protection and water proof. For older kids, there will be less drools or spills (they still happen, but are more manageable if you set up good house rules, such as no drinks while using iPAD). Today I recommend four iPAD cases for older kids. All these four cases have good drop protections, but offer no water proof.
Kids Friendly iPad Cases
Gripcase: the case is made of shock absorbent foam with the built-in “crumple zones” absorbing the energy created during an impact. In addition to the sides and corners, it also has protections on the back of the iPAD. It is a little bulky, but it is really good for drop protection. It is also easy for the small hands to grab and carry the iPAD around.

Big Grips Frame: made of thick and soft foam. Although there is no “crumple zone”, it still has pretty good shock absorption. There is no protection on the back though. Overall drop protection is not as good as Gripcase, but should be enough for school age kids.

M-Edge Supershell Protective Case: wraps around the iPAD – sides, corners and back. There are openings for rear facing camera and speaker and all ports and buttons.

LazePad: an iPad case as well as a iPad frame that you can have the iPad stand up for easy reading or watching a movie. It is sturdy and protective.

All four cases don’t have screen cover. If you are concerned about spills or drools, you can consider a Screen Protector.

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Gripcase
Big Grips Frame
M-Edge Supershell Protective Case
LazePad
iPad Screen Protector

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  • Denise Taylor-Dennis

    I really need something like this for my son. He is tough on his iPad mini. The case we have isn’t the most protective.

  • Jessica N.

    I like that it helps the kids hold the tab. I can be reassured that they wont go and drop it everywhere!

  • deanna

    I like that the Gripcase has really good drop protection. That is important at our house.

  • natalie yeoman

    i really like that this seems like its a sturdy case

  • Mim

    The Gripcase seems very durable and easy to hold for my toddler

  • Justin Klyczek

    Grip cases are great. I had one awhile back but lost track of it when my ipad died. Now I have another ipad and I’d love to have one again. It was just a super case. I got compliments on it frequently; not only from parents, but also from students.

  • Becky

    I like the Gripcase, it looks like sturdy and easy for the little hands to grab.

  • Thanks for the ideas! I appreciate that you narrowed it down to 3 — makes it easier to figure out what would work best for me and my kiddo.

  • This was a great article!!

  • Nice post! Thanks for highlighting these, sometimes you can get bogged down by all the accessories and this makes it easier to choose one that is right. T

    • I went through over 20 cases. Some look cute, but not very functional; some are good in one function, but not in others. These three are the ones I feel pretty good about. I hope my work can save other parents some time. I am glad to hear it is helpful.

  • I love this article. I think we’ll try the “grip case”.

    • Thanks for liking the recommendation. Now I feel good about all the research of over 20 different cases! 🙂

  • Very well said and explain. I am glad I came across your website.
    Thank you

  • Oh, and I know this was meant for the iPad..And I will be using your tips for that..but it made me realize I also could use a cover for my phone:)

  • I have twin 8 month olds who love my phone and they love to put it in their mouth! I had never even considered a case for it! Thanks for the tips!

  • Great tips, not just for kids either. Klutzy adults like me can benefit too! 🙂

    • Funny you mention it. Tonight I met a friend, who I have not seen for a long time. When he pulled out his phone to get my contact info, I saw the covering glass is quite broken. Amazed the phone is still functioning. I should’ve told him to read my reviews … 🙂

  • I am going to pass your recs along to my school. We are phasing in iPads and the type of cover is one of our big decisions!

    • Thank you for sharing my reviews!
      My son’s school starts using iPAD this year. There are already two iPAD broken, both by accident. Now the school is offering an insurance program, quite few families bought the insurance. It is $50/year. Thinking about it now, a good iPAD case, working for more than a year with less than $50, probably is a better choice.

  • aww, I wish I’d thought to look here before I bought a case. I went with the Trident which was $100…

    • Trident is a great case also. It has water-proof, you are fully protected! You did pay a little more, but you know you are protected!

  • Is it ever too late to learn, we have went through 4 iPods and 1 iPad because of mishaps 🙁 I REALLY NEED a protector!

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