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- Connect wall and floor panels to build your structure Use the modular building pieces to create bookshelves, tables, slides, seesaws, and more!
- Wire up circuits to make spinning windmills, carousels, street lights, and elevators! Use rPower to control the circuits using the Roominate app!
- 325 piece set includes rPower, walls, furniture building pieces, wheels, axles, motors, lights, doll, pet bunny, screwdriver, craft paper, and more
- Teaches important STEM skills: hands-on problem solving, spatial and fine motor skills, self-confidence, and creativity
- Compatible with all other Roominate products and encourages open-ended play for endless possibilities
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Roominate Village is the ultimate Roominate starter set complete with Roominate rPower! Girls can build a downtown filled with brightly lit shops and restaurants, a city park complete with a lake, boat dock, and spinning merry-go-round, or so much more. With rPower, girls can control their moving creations using the Roominate app from a phone or tablet. Included in this 325-piece set are 16 wall/floor panels, 151 furniture building pieces, 82 connectors, 8 wheels, 4 axles, 1 rPower, 2 cable converters, 2 motors, 1 string of lights, 2 switches, 3 battery packs, 1 screwdriver, colored paper, and 1 doll and pet. Requires 8 AAA batteries, not included.
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|Item Dimensions||6 x 36 x 12 in||19.75 x 11.25 x 3 in||16 x 10.25 x 2.5 in||6 x 9 x 9 in||9 x 22 x 15 in||10 x 8.88 x 2 in|
|Item Weight||—||3 lbs||2.6 lbs||0.7 lb||3 lbs||2 lbs|
|Number of Pieces||325||222||129||70||131||86|
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Recommendations: I bought multiple kits so there were enough pieces; I showed them the roominatetoy.com website; the How To section has videos & The Roominate Library (also under this heading) gives pictures of ideas; also the Young Inventors section is all photos that have been sent in of kids' creations; You Tube also has great videos that walk you through how to make things. I also provided them with felt (for rugs), fleece material (blankets, table cloths, to sew pillows, etc), additional scrapbooking paper, pipe cleaners, etc to give them some ideas for extras. The first time when I introduced Roominate to the girls, I hung out & made myself available to help connect things, or sew pillows, or cut rugs, etc.so there wouldn't be any frustration.
I would highly recommend the Village; it has, by far, the most pieces (including 2 light sets & 4 motors). I also purchased the Amusement Park, Townhouse, & Chateau. The Amusement Park had very low ratings but the 2nd most amount of pieces so I was just going to add the pieces in with the Village. Just out of curiosity I decided to build the large ferris wheel; wasn't very difficult; I changed the bottom of the 2 towers slightly because it was too narrow at the base; worked great; I will include pictures when I do the review for it. The Townhouse had some different pieces than the Village but a lot less pieces, no lights & 1 motor (which I knew when I ordered it; just trying to give pros & cons of each); I would buy the Amusement Park & possibly the Townhouse again if the price was right. The Chateau came with the EXACT same pieces as the VIllage, only a lot less; even the doll & pet were the same; I would not buy this again; I would much rather have several Villages for the amount of pieces. I hope this helps! I had lots of girls with different interests & a variety of ages so I think this is a good representation; they ALL loved it! We spent the ENTIRE day building; it definitely held their interest! ...Several weeks later, the girls are still enjoying them & the boys are even trying to take them over!
We made a merry go round that threw the girls off to my daughters fits of laughter.
You can make anything you want, then furnish it and even light it. We made a fan, front desk, beds, outdoor patio set. Your imagination is the only constraint.
Would be cool to have more than one girl with this huge set. We had another girl from the R/V she'd gotten from someone else.
Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics. Not really. Math zero. Science, zero, unless you take it upon yourself to construct hypothesis regarding it's functions and discuss them with your child. Technology, well, ok it can connect to your phone, but that doesn't mean it teaches them anything about it. Engineering, minor, in the sense that they can work on stacking things and making doll houses.
Other than the lights and electric motors to make windmills and merry go rounds turn, this is not much different than a Lego or Knex set. The other difference is that there are wall panels so the idea mainly is to construct a sort of doll house. My 5 year old liked it for a while then moved back to her legos.