The First Kids Fitness Tracker Encourages Active Playtime

By: Alyson Wyers - Published: May 1, 2014 • References: leapfrog & techcrunch
Similar to adult wearables, the first kids fitness tracker lets you know how active your child is being. Introduced by LeapFrog, the 'fit made fun' device promotes active play and healthy habits with a customizable pet pal wrist band. The soon to be released tamagotchi-like bracelet engages your child in active games such as 'wiggling like a worm' and 'hopping like a kangaroo.'

Available in pink, green, blue and orange, the children's wearable is intended for ages 4 to 7. The water resistant gadget comes with audio instructions and parental controls like school and quiet time modes. The rechargeable battery also lets your little one play for days with his or her pet, introducing a fun gamified element to the kids fitness tracker. Stats for Gamified Children's Fitness Wearables Trending: Older & Chilly
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