First Michele Obama was championing healthy lunches and active play cycles for kids, and now, the tech toy community wants to get involved by making a tyke-sized activity tracker: LeapBand.

The small bracelet from LeapFrog is hardly a financial investment at $39, and if your kid wants to know about why you’re wearing your bracelet and walking up and down all of the stairs when there are escalators – you can get this physical fitness tracking device for their smaller steps.

Tech-obsessed parents may already be familiar with LeapFrog since they create tablets for small children. The LeapPad line is a perfect option for small, growing kids since it comes with limited functions and plenty of parental controls.

The smart LeapBand is also molded in the same dimension – bright colors, waterproof, and plenty of parental firewalls. However, unlike parent sized trackers,  it uses a digital pet similar to a Tomagotchi. Your child must engage in physical activity in order to feed the pet:

  • Pick 1 of 8 pets, including a unicorn, robot, dragon and more—then choose its name and color.
  • In LeapFrog Connect, parents can set up to 36 LeapBand challenges such as “Jump like a frog” and “Walk like a crab” to get kids active.*
  • Children can feed, groom and care for their pet. Plus, they can earn rewards to unlock more surprises and pet play.
  • Extend play to LeapPad Ultra, smartphones and tablets – unlock rewards and learn about staying healthy.**
  • Device comes pre-loaded with 14 challenges—get kids moving with active and imaginative activities.
  • The more active kids are, the more points they earn to play games on LeapBand, such as Pet Boogie and Fun Run.
  • In Pet Chef, kids can help their pet collect food to make healthy snacks and unlock nutrition fun facts.
  • Includes rechargeable battery, water-resistant design and hi-res screen; manage play times with School/Quiet modes.