What is an EduKit:
EduKits are resources meant to encourage curiosity, discovery, and hands-on learning. Each kit focuses on a different subject and includes an interactive activity, game, or toy as well as supplementary materials such as books, DVDs, or posters.

What Topics Are Covered in the EduKits:
The EduKits cover a wide variety of topics for several age ranges including – Animation, Bridges and Tunnels, Butterflies, CellsChess, Circuits, Coding (1), Coding (2), Colors, Community Helpers, Dinosaurs, Doctors, Earth, Energy, Engineering: Spinning Machines, Geology, Honey Bees, Human Body, Insects, Light and Optics, MagicMagnets, Measuring, Microscope, Numbers, Ocean Creatures, Plants, Senses, Shapes, Simple Machines Jr.Simple Machines, Sound, Space, WeatherUkulele,  X-Rays

are the Checkout Rules for the EduKit:
The EduKits are part of a walk-in collection and cannot be placed on hold. Patrons are allowed to checkout one kit per library card. Kits may be checked out for one week at a time. Should the kits be returned late, the patron will be charged $1.00 per day. EduKits cannot be renewed.

What Happens if Something is Missing:

If the kit is missing pieces, the last borrower will be contacted in an effort to retrieve the missing parts. If the parts can’t be located, the patron may be charged a replacement fee. Replacement fees will be determined on a case-by-case basis.