Life of a Southern Mom recently had the opportunity to work with Roominate and review one of their products. Roominate was founded by Alice Brooks and Bettina Chen who became friends while attending Stanford master’s engineering program. They both knew that many girl’s toys lag behind in development of spatial skills, technology, confidence and problem solving. Roominate’s unique quality blends designs, crafts, storytelling, building, circuits and teaches kids while they play. Kids are able to use light and motor circuits, that are stackable, customizable line of wired building systems that inspire the open ended and hands on play. Roominate mission is to inspire the next generation.


Using motor and lights circuits, modular pieces and universal joints, girls can build carousels, lamps, spinning windmills, and more unique and original rooms that can stack against one another. It can easily be taken apart to build something totally new. Roominate Studio is perfect for little girls ages 6 and older. Designing a personalized studio is simple. Girls can build out accessories such as laptop desk, spinning fan, cupcake stand , elevator and more. This set includes 70 pieces which includes 24 furniture building pieces, 4 wall/floor panels, 16 connectors, a switch, motor, screwdriver, doll,pet, 20 sheets of craft paper and battery pack. Requires 2AAA batteries. ARV: $29.99

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Roominate was named the #1 Toy of 2014 by TIME Magazine!

Disclosure: Life of a Southern Mom received one or more products above for free in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

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