I would say "des enfants" can be about specific kids "des enfants jouent dans la rue" (some kids are playing in the street) or kids in general "c'est l'endroit préféré des enfants" (that's the kids' favourite place). But "d'enfant" is used more in names like "jardin d'enfants" (kids playground) "jeux d'enfants" (kids game). Hope that makes sense!
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