Free and Accessible Science Kits, One Library at a Time
Science Kits for Public Libraries (SKPL) is an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) program that raises funds for public libraries to make science kits as easy to check out as a book! With access to a public library and a valid library card, children can check out high-quality, hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) experiences at zero cost to their parents.
About the Kits
Science Kit Collections vary from library to library and are carefully curated by local librarians to reflect the communities they serve. Each kit helps children learn in a variety different ways including:
Allows children to use their senses and create something that teaches them the principles of STEM.
Empowers children to work through challenges and solve problems with the kits’ materials.
Expands a child’s knowledge of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and how it relates to their larger education.
SKPL Funded Libraries 2009-Present
SKPL News Updates
- Batavia Public Library Science Kit Program Update20 November 2022News
- Mark Your Calendars!24 June 2022News
- Inspiring the Engineers of the Future30 December 2021News
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