Sunday, November 30, 2014

Roominate Allows You to Play With Your Imagination



I remember watching Shark Tank awhile ago and they had a toy on there for girls to use their imagination and just build. So when Romminate asked me to take a look at their studio, I couldn’t help but say yes.





While I was playing with this, I kept thinking how how awesome it is that you can customize it. You don’t have to do exactly like it is on the box. In my opinion, yes it is geared more towards girls, but that doesn’t mean boys can’t play with it either. Just like it girls can play with legos, or boys with dolls. I just really like that girls were thought of when creating this.


When building the studio kits aren’t just snapping things together, they are also learning about engineering with building motors (does require batteries), science, math, and technology. I don’t remember seeing anything like this when I was a kid. Please keep in mind that roominate is for ages 6 and up since it does involve some smaller parts.




There is everything you need in the box except for the 2 AAA batteries. The studio comes with 70 pieces:


  • 4 wall/floor panels
  • 24 furniture building pieces
  • 16 connectors
  • 1 motor
  • 1 switch
  • 1 battery pack
  • 1 screwdriver
  • 1 doll
  • 1 pet
  • 20 sheets of craft paper
  • Paper cutouts


I could see kids, and probably me, spending hours playing with this. Taking it apart and building something new. Romminate as more than just this studio, they also have a helicopter, chateau, and more. I would check them out today and buy as a Christmas gift. You can buy online or check out the store locator for a retailer near you.

Roominate is giving one lucky winner their own studio. Please use the Giveaway Tools below for your chance to win.


Giveaway runs from 11/30 to 12/15 at 9pm CST
Chances of winning depend on entries received.
Open to US residents 18 years and older
prize valued at $29.99
No PO BOX
Winner entry will be verified
Winner has 48 hours to reply to this notification email or another winner will be selected


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20 comments:

  1. I like that Roominate doesn't limit kids to a pre-fab direction or outcome.

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  2. I entered the VTech InnoTab giveaway.

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  3. I like the Hands-On Problem Solving

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  4. I love that this is a fun way for kids to be creative and design however they like. It is a neat idea.

    Carly D.

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  5. I like that Roominate encourages young ones, especially girls, to cultivate a love for science and creativity that isn't necessarily the type of creative outlet girls are expected to use or express. My oldest has already expressed a desire to become an architect. This would be an awesome toy for her.

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  6. I entered to win the Capresso single cup coffee maker

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  7. Wonderful idea! I love that it teaches hands on problem solving skills during play

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  8. I entered the audiobooks giveaway

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  9. I like that you can Customize it with your creativity

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  10. I like that you get to be creative and it also teaches Hands-On Problem Solving

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  11. I like that it gets girls interested in engineering -- would be a great gift for my granddaughter

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  12. I love the colors, quality and style of this toy. It will teach my daughter to be creative in building with hands-on problem solving. A toy like this can really inspire a little girl in engineering and architecture. :-)

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  13. I love that you solve problems hands on. That is something we need to work on in our homeschool.

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  14. I love that it encourages girls to build in a way other toys have not. My daughter would love this. She loves creating and so many of the toys out there are geared towards boys

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  15. I love that Roominate gets girls excited about engineering and science.

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  16. I love that Roominate made a great toy that teaches girls more than just raising babies and cleaning house. GRRRR!!! My daughter would love this, especially that you get to run wiring for lights.

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  17. I love their Young Inventors section of their website, where you can see what other girls have done. Being a Girl Scout troop leader, I love how this product inspires imagination, creative and positive thinking.

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  18. I love that you Build multiple floors, balconies, and columns

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  19. i love that it has lights and fans and moving parts, that makes it more interesting

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  20. It has so many features and moving parts- so cool!

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