Fisher-Price Has Created High-Tech Exercise Bikes Perfect For Three Year Old Kids

Jan 21, 2017 10:17 PM EST | Carl Anthony Teves

It is always a battle between parents and kids when it comes on time a child spends on screen. Parents usually think about the future physical outcome of their sons and daughters that might lead to obesity or lack of physical strength due to poor body exercise. Today, Moms and Dad has been eyeing this exercise bike in the market today that may help them in assisting their kids into a healthier well-being.

This company that manufactures toys for children and a wholly owned subsidiary of Mattel since 1993, Fisher- Price, has their newest exercise bike for children. It has a tablet holder that can make kids have some exercise while they are having a tablet time. The New York-based company conducted a survey and came up with preschoolers usually spends their 19 hours from watching videos in a week and 20 percent of their playtime is using high technology devices just like tablets and iPads.

Fisher-Price has introduced their Think and Learn smart cycle during the Consumer Electric Show that took place in Las Vegas. As reported by an online publishing, the cycle that this bike offers can be connected to tablets without any wires by just mounting on the handlebars with Bluetooth. This lets the kids take on one of the four available downloadable android or iOS games by the speed of their move in working the pedals.

It doesn't just help the kids in having an exercise, it also offers special apps that provide learning's while they enjoy every minute of the different themed games. It helps the kids to discover and develop their skills in literacy, science, and math.

This exercise bike from Fisher-Price is good for kids who do not have an access to a backyard and whenever there is a bad weather. The product has a target age range from three to six years old.

 

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