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Fisher-Price's Think & Learn Smart Cycle Helps Kids Stay Active

 - Jan 4, 2017
References: fisher-price & gizmodo
Young children today are more connected to electronic devices than ever before, and Fisher-Price's Think & Learn Smart Cycle is a way to harness that connection while still keeping kids active. The toy is essentially a stationary bicycle for kids, but it connects with either a TV monitor or a tablet to guide kids through educational games that get them to burn energy while playing.

While video games and other digital media aren't inherently bad for kids, the byproduct of these types of games is that they usually leave kids lying around sedentary while they play. With the Smart Cycle, kids can still play the digital games they've become accustomed to, but they move around and stay healthy in the process.