1. Outlaw standing, walking, and running

If your kid wants to play a game, he sits on the couch. Make this a non-negotiable rule and don’t be lenient with first-time offenders. If he doesn’t like it, he can always go play with some wooden blocks.

2. Buy a case


If your kid somehow drops your new iPad from a great height on a hard surface, the glass will probably break. Sorry. Protect it from smaller falls with a kid-safe case.

3. Just say no to shaking and throwing games

The motion interface is one of the coolest things about games on the iPad, but letting your kids play those games that use it is risky unless they’re in a rubber room full of pillows and marshmallows.

4. Expect things to get sticky

No matter how clean you think your kids’ hands are, they always seem to gunk up your iPad screen. Who knows how? You can clean the screen with eyeglass cleaner or the cleaning cloth that came with it. Be careful not to get any moisture in the phone’s openings.

5. Take turns

It’s easier said than done, of course, but if you have more than one kid of iPad-playing age it’s worth setting a timer to keep things fair. Nothing breaks an expensive Apple productfaster than two or more kids trying to grab it from each other.

Ipad Great feature: buyipad2reviews.com/