Garmin Vivofit Jr. tracks your kid’s activity and motivates it along the way

Garmin has announced a new fitness tracker for children aged four to nine, and it’s called the Vivofit Jr. Along with its functions as an activity tracker, Garmin also boasts it as a motivator since its aim is to help inactive kids create new and healthy habits.

The Vivofit Jr. has a one-year of battery life, as well as water resistance, sleep monitoring and step counting. It also comes in a bunch of interesting looking designs.

Garmin bundles the activity tracker with a free app, which is compatible with iOS and Android. It has a “mobile adventure trail”, which helps the child move about for a 60-minute daily goal.

The color options you see above are digi camo, real flower and broken lava but plain black and purple strike will also be available. The Garmin Vivofit Jr. costs $80 and will be available in Target and Best Buy in the US.