Deluxe Roominate

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$ 47.24 $ 47.49

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Product Description Deluxe Roominate is just that - deluxe! Create and design your own dollhouse, then, wire It however you choose! Add real energy with light, an elevator that works, machines that move. Kids engineer greatness! roominate is the DIY wired dollhouse building kit for girls aged 6 and up. Designed by Alice and Bettina, two female engineers from mit, caltech, and Stanford, Roominate gives early exposure to hands-on building and circuits. Roominate brings together creativity, engineering, and most importantly, fun. The deluxe Roominate Contains everything you need to build your own miniature room. With twice as many building pieces and circuits as the basic Roominate, you can build and wire up even more furniture and contraptions for your creation. Build more bunk beds, longer water slides, and bigger staircases, or wire up a working elevator and lamp with the motor and light circuits. The wall and floor panels can even be configured to build two-level structures, balconies, or backyards. The possibilities are endless. See more ideas at roominatetoy.Com, along with pictures of what other girls have made. Roominate has been featured in the new York times, Wall street journal, USA today, and more. From the Manufacturer Roominate is the DIY wired dollhouse building kit for girls aged 6 and up. Designed by Alice and Bettina, two female engineers from MIT, Caltech, and Stanford, Roominate gives early exposure to hands-on building and circuits. Roominate brings together creativity, engineering, and most importantly, fun. The Deluxe Roominate contains everything you need to build your own miniature room. With twice as many building pieces and circuits as the Basic Roominate, you can build and wire up even more furniture and contraptions for your creation. Build more bunk beds, longer water slides, and bigger staircases, or wire up a working elevator and lamp with the motor and light circuits. The wall and floor panels can even be configured to build two-level structures, balconies, or backyards. The possibilities are endless. See more ideas at roominatetoy.com, along with pictures of what other girls have made. Roominate has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and more.

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