|Encourages healthy and active lifestyle|
|Cannot digitally track like most current activity trackers on the market|
The Pink LeapFrog LeapBand is designed for 4-7 year olds as the first activity tracker for kids that is made to be fun. Most children of this age bracket only want to have fun so this product is important for incorporating fun into their daily lives.
The LeapBand has 50 preloaded active challenges to keep kids moving. By creating these challenges, it allows kids to use their imagination while staying active and have a great time. An example of one of these active challenges is “Pounce like a lion!”
The parental controls lets parents connect to their children and allows them to set play times and challenges that they prefer. There are added extras as well that parents can experiment with to see if their child will like one activity more than the other.
The LeapBand is designed to help and encourage kids to have active play and continue to make smart, healthy, and nurturing choices.
I believe the LeapFrog LeapBand is a great tool designed to help kids stay active throughout the day with challenging educational type games. I think the activity tracker is made for all different kinds of kids to have fun. This device is good because parents are able to customize the activities to tailor each them to match their child's personality and preferences as well as their own. They get a choice of 50 downloadable challenge games that parents can choose from. They can also monitor their time with each activity game which is good so children don't get too bored easily. I think the LeapBand is perfect for its design to eliminate both laziness and boredom altogether. There are also built-in rewards that encourages kids to come back for more. I think this is very beneficial for motivating and forming healthy lifestyle habits for your child now and the future.
The LeapFrog LeapBand includes:
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