This smart cycle will give your kid exercise and education
This is the Fisher Price Think and Learn Smart Cycle.
It's a $150 stationary big wheel basically for your toddler.
The age range is about three to six.
Now this isn't just an exercise bike for kids, even though parents might kind of hope that it does tire them out some.
But it is something that actually connects using Bluetooth to TVs and tablets to help kids play some games that let them learn.
These games have a couple different subjects.
You can do games that actually help them with spelling, games that help with STEM, with science, with math, all sorts of different things And the roster of subjects is only going to grow, according to Fisher-Price.
For 150 bucks this is actually a pretty cool product.
I kind of wish that this adult sized one was actually for sale, not just for demonstration.
The one thing I would be a little bit concerned about with this device is just how effective it actually is in helping kids learn.
But that one thing aside, it really does seem like a fun device, and I can't wait to test it out.
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