Award-winning wired building toys to inspire girls in STEM

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Tori Bunte
Tori Bunte@stttories · PMM, HPE Storage
I like the price point for this too. Having grown up in a low income area, I always worry when I see toys designed to get children interested in STEM fields priced out of reach for some families. Some information I'd like to see on the homepage: recommended ages, whether they plan to develop toys for a slightly older age group, package deals for teachers and schools (dare to dream!).
Abe Minkara
Abe MinkaraHunter@aminkara · Mark Cuban Companies - Director
Love Roominate - Here is a description of what this is all about from their website: In the US, less than 15% of women enter college intending to major in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) field. Alice and Bettina believe the gender gap starts young. Many girls’ toys lag behind in the development of spatial skills, hands-on problem solving skills, and confidence with technology. These are exactly the skills that Roominate aims to develop.