2014 Holiday Gift Guide, Education

Girls can Engineer too with Roominate Building Sets #HolidayGiftGuide

This is a promotional post for Roominate

I know what you are thinking! I have 3 boys, I know! My boys love to build and love anything with wires and buttons. Yet, so do girls! Roominate are building sets for girls that I had my son try out because he wanted to show girls that they can have as much fun as he did building and constructing his helicopter. As a first grader, everyone is a friend-girl or boy and he has been known to ask for play dates at a girl classmates house so they can play blocks and ninjas together. I love this age and I also love that Roominate reminds girls that they can be Engineers too!
We received the Roominate 3-in1 Helicopter. It comes with a wire pack so the propellers turn with the push of a button. It is designed to soar and land on ground or sea. You can create a helicopter, submarine or airplane-the imagination is theirs! My 6 1/2 year old (I’m supposed to put the half in there he says) did pretty well on his own. Maneuvering the wires out of the way took some assistance by me, but the instructions are very easy to follow as they are step-by-step photo instructions!

The only tool needed was a mini screwdriver so we can install the 2 AAA batteries into the propeller pack. The set comes with 26 building pieces, 12 connectors, 2 arches, motor, switch, battery pack, screwdriver, doll and pet. All easily connect to build your vehicle of choice

Collect all the Roominate building sets for girls such as the Studio, Chateau or Architect Room. Roominate aims to develop hands-on, confidence in building skills that lack in girls toys today. 
Remember these STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) sets for the girl on your gift list this holiday season.
This post also promoted by: Lisa: Queen of Random
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Disclosure: Parenting Healthy was provided the above products. All opinions are 100% my own

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