Using kindle freetime, Managing your amazon household – Kindle Paperwhite (2nd Generation) User Manual
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FreeTime or turn it back on, tap the Menu button on the Home screen and select Kindle
FreeTime. To start a session for your child, open Kindle FreeTime and tap on your child’s
Using Kindle FreeTime
To view your child’s progress, tap the profile icon next to their name, then select
Progress. Tap the Books link in the top left of the screen to view the percentage of each
book read, total reading time, average reading time per session and the number of words
that your child looked up in the dictionary.
Tap the Activity link in the top left corner to view the number of achievements, progress
towards the daily reading goal, pages read, hours read, books finished and the total number
of looked-up words. Use the arrows to view progress within the last week. Tap the date to
view achievements by day, month and total. Tap the Achievements link in the top left
corner to see which achievements your child has earned.
Your child will see a customised Home screen, including the books you selected and a new
on the toolbar. Tapping the Progress button displays the same Book and
Activity links that you can see, and the Achievements link if you elected to turn on the
Access Achievements option.
Managing your Amazon household
You can now set up a household with another adult in your family, enabling both of you to
jointly manage up to four Kindle FreeTime child profiles. Family Library lets you share
books with each other across Amazon devices and Kindle apps. This will not affect your
annotations, most recent page read and last page read in books. Please read this section
prior to creating a household to familiarise yourself with the process and terms.
To add a second adult to your household:
Tap the Menu button and select Settings. On the Settings page, select Registration and
Household, then Household and Family Library.
2. Tap Add a New Person, then Add Adult. You will be prompted to pass your Kindle to the
adult you would like to add to your household.
3. The second adult must enter a unique Amazon account ID and password. If they do not
have one, they can follow the link to create one.
4. The second adult will be given the opportunity to enable sharing. They can choose if they
want to share all of their purchased books or just individual books with you. By choosing to
enable sharing, they are authorising you to use credit cards associated with their Amazon
account for purchases on Amazon.
5. The second adult will be prompted to pass your Kindle back to you.
6. You will also be given the opportunity to enable sharing. You can choose if you want to
share all of your purchased books or just individual books with the second adult. By
choosing to enable sharing, you are authorising the second adult to use credit cards
associated with your Amazon account for purchases on Amazon.