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Garmin's Vivofit Jr Fitness Tracker Turns Chores Into A Game

Garmin’s new kid-friendly fitness tracker will track your spawn’s steps, sleep and activity via a parent-controlled app. The Vivofit jr. aims to motivate kids with fun and educational mobile adventures, and family step challenges. It also includes behaviour management for parents, who can assign chores and motivate with agreed-upon rewards. This actually sounds awesome. More »      
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