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Building Toys for Girls

Building Toys for Girls 

Roominate, the DIY wired dollhouse building kit, was designed by two female engineers (Alice and Bettina) who wish they would have seen more girls in their upper level Math and Science classes. They believe that early exposure through toys will motivate the next generation of female technology innovators. 

Building Toys for Girls

The original Roominate includes walls, furniture building pieces, connectors, decorations, and a complete circuit. You can arrange, decorate, design, or create anything you can imagine.

They designed Roominate to get young girls to have fun and gain confidence with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

Building Toys for Girls
Check out their gallery of creations, submitted by proud and creative girls.
What can you create with Roominate?
The possibilities are endless! Here are a few ideas for inspiration:
Isn’t this amazing?!
I wish I would have had something like this when I was growing up!
Now you can even subscribe and get a new circuit, more building pieces, and more decorations each month to add to your Roominate. Awesome!
A University of Michigan study that was researching the gender gap in the area of Math and Science found that although girls and boys score equally on Math and Science ability tests that girls are still underrepresented in Science, technology, math, and engineering careers.  One contributor is that parents tend to buy more Math and Science toys and activities for their boys rather than their girls.
I’m so excited about this company and this product! I LOVE that Roominate is inspiring and encouraging young girls to get involved in Math and Science.


Monday 18th of February 2013

I love this!! Certainly hope the ladies that designed this create an app for the girls! Especially love how you get something new each month! My granddaughter that's 10 is going to have so much fun with this!!


Wednesday 13th of February 2013

Love it! I, myself would love to play with it :)


Wednesday 13th of February 2013

That is so cool! I've never seen anything like this geared toward girls. Love it!