Reflecting the image of African, Caribbean and African American people, Rooti Creations UK’s dolls do not only look great but also serve as a learning tool for children.
Developed in 2011 with their flagship Dolls; Rooti Creation UK is a company that specializes in designing, manufacturing and marketing educative interactive and empowering toys for children aged three years upwards.
Dressed in a mix of African print and western fashion styles, Rooti dolls serve as a tool in creating early interest and appreciation of beautiful African fashion trends amongst children. With a doll range for each African country, dolls can teach children many words and phrases in various ethnic languages of that particular country.
Countries include Ghana, Nigerian, Kenya Sierra Leone, South Africa, Liberia, Uganda, Angola, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Congo, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Gambia, Guinea, Mali, Cameroon and many more.
Ghanaian Doll ‘Ama’ can interact and teach children various words and phrases in Twi, Ga, Danmgbe, Ewe, Hausa and others.
Nigerian Doll ‘Nina’ can interact and teach children various words and phrases in Yoruba, Igbo, Hausa, Ibibio, Edo, Tiv and others.
Extending to European languages Rooti Creations ‘Afro Caribbean Doll’ can interact and teach children Spanish, French, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish and many other European languages.
Made with children from black and Eastern European parents in mind, Rooti creations Eastern European doll teach many words and phrases in Polish, Romania, Russian, Hungarian and many others.
The various ranges of beautiful, elegant dolls, complete with five most popular ethnic languages of a particular country, can be cuddled, have their clothes changed and children can brush their long curly hair whilst learning.
Children can also learn and recite various inspirational Bible verses, with the set of inspirational empowering dolls. There’s a doll for every child!
Giving back to the community is at the centre of Rooti Creations UK’s corporate values, thus a percentage of their sales revenues are used in various charity projects to improve the lives of impoverished children in Africa.