Best Kid-Friendly Cases for iPad Air 3 in 2022

So, you just picked up a new iPad Air 3, and you have a child — say no more. Kids are great, but they aren't always the greatest when it comes to keeping tech safe and secure. You need some rugged kid-proof functionality, and maybe even shock and drop protection. Fortunately, because the dimensions of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro are the same as the iPad Air 3, there are plenty of cases available that mesh well with your new toy and your little one. Here are the best kid-friendly cases for the iPad Air 3.

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Whether you're on the hunt for a case for a toddler or a pre-teen, there are a ton of different options out there to protect your iPad Air (2019)! We personally love the ACEGUARDER Ultra Protective Rugged Case because of the tough durability, eye-catching bright color options, and super affordable price tag.

Maybe your kid is a little bit younger, and you also want a case that adds an educational element to iPad time. The CHINFAI kids proof silicone case is designed with the alphabet around the edges and numbers on the back to help your children learn their ABCs and 123s while watching their favorite cartoons.

Any case is better than no case, but when it comes to kids, we believe in taking every precaution to protect your precious iPad, which is why we've featured so many rugged options. No matter what case you decide to go with, we're sure there's an option on our list that you and your little one will love in one way or another.

Amy-Mae Turner

Amy-Mae has been writing about consumer technology since before the iPhone was even a twinkle in Steve Jobs' eye. She started out in magazine publishing with the UK lads' mag 'Boy's Toys' then moved online with startup as the first full-time member of staff, helping grow the site to one of the UK's largest gadget sites. Amy-Mae then moved to Mashable when it only had a staff of around 10 people. After working her way up to a senior role there, Amy-Mae left in 2014 to have her daughter. Since then Amy-Mae has continued to contribute to Mashable and The Daily Dot, keeping up-to-date with the latest consumer technology and social media trends. For, Amy-Mae gets to her explore her love of home cooking, concentrating on all things kitchen tech.