Amazon’s Alexa technology is simply amazing. You can use Alexa-enabled devices such as the Amazon Echo and Amazon Echo Dot for a number of fun and educational purposes.
Grown-ups aren’t the only ones who can enjoy Alexa, though. Kids love Alexa, and here’s a list of fun and educational things kids can ask Alexa. They include kid-friendly music, plus learning and even homework help.
Please note that Alexa doesn’t offer any parental controls, so kids need to use it under the supervision of an adult.
How about you? What do your kids like to ask Alexa?
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“Alexa, give me a spelling bee word.”
“Alexa, play Puff the Magic Dragon.”
“Alexa, beam me up.”
“Alexa, tell me a knock knock joke.”
“Alexa, tell me a joke.”
“Alexa, what’s the capital of Nebraska?” (or any state or country)
“Alexa, how do you spell Albuquerque?” (or any word you can’t spell)
“Alexa, how much is that doggie in the window?”
“Alexa, my name is Inigo Montoya.” (From the movie The Princess Bride )
“Alexa, help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi.” (from the movie Star Wars)
“Alexa, who sings ___?” (fill in a song title)
“Alexa, who wrote ___?” (fill in a book title)
“Alexa, play Don’t Mine at Night.” (Minecraft parody song)
“Alexa, why is six afraid of seven?”
“Alexa, what is ___?” (fill in a math problem, such as 25 times 76, or even 25 factorial)
“Alexa, who was ___?” (fill in a famous person from history, such as Ben Franklin or George Washington, a movie character like Luke Skywalker, or a superhero such as Wonder Woman)
Ask for help with a crossword puzzle – it depends on the clue, but Alexa might know the right answer.
“Alexa, play some Kidz Bop music.” (sanitized versions of popular songs, sung by actual kids)
“Alexa, who lives in a Pineapple under the sea?” (SpongeBob SquarePants)
“Alexa, do you want to build a snowman?” (from the movie Frozen)
“Alexa, what is the definition of ___?” (great for kids who keep asking what words mean)
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