Youthful Wearable

Kid-targeted wearable devices tap into educational benefits

Implications - Rather than offering the same capabilities as a smartphone, kid-targeted wearable devices are being designed to promote education and personal well-being. By offering heightened engagement, wearable devices for children serve as an example of how technology can transform learning and physical activity into a form of play.
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