The Rule Your Room Kit gives your child the magic touch. With a handful of littleBits electronic building blocks and the brains in your head, your child can now transform any boring old object into an awesome, interactive invention. It’s easy as your young inventor starts off with instructions. Then your child can close his or her eyes and point to something – and then make an invention out of it. Try a poster that jumps off the wall, or a secret box on the shelf that only your child can open. Your child soon has everything needed to defend his or her domain from intruders, make games from scratch, play a prank, or create the coolest room around. The Kit gets a child started with seven Bits, accessories, and a step-by-step guide to create eight inventions from the stuff that is owned. From there, level-up inventing with a challenge to create a unique contraption with the objects around. Your child will use problem-solving, engineering, and design skills to take the same challenge 50 times and make 50 different inventions. The included guide is filled with ways to personalize and customize creations, and empowers your child to use the Bits over and over again to create infinite inventions. Need some inspiration? Head to littleBits.cc/invent for new ideas, or download the app to see what others are creating. littleBits is the New York-based hardware startup that is on a mission to empower everyone to create inventions, large and small, with its innovative platform of easy-to-use electronic building blocks. The company’s innovative building blocks snap together with magnets to allow anyone to build, invent, and prototype with electronics independent of age, gender, and technical background. From classrooms to homes, littleBits is driving excitement for invention-based learning through invention challenges and in-classroom curriculum. The company is also dedicated to successfully bridging the gender gap with its gender-neutral platform, inspiring young girls and young boys to unleash their creativity and embrace STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) through the invention cycle. littleBits is being used by more than 15,000 educators across the world as an engaging tool for making STEAM more accessible to all students and preparing them for the jobs that haven’t been invented yet.