Library Kits

We love to get people curious. That's what our Library Kits are all about: encouraging learning and leadership through play in schools, libraries, and homes across BC. It makes sense that you would find Science World stuff at a library, as we both work really hard to spread big ideas, wonder, and curiosity to as many people as we can.


KEVA Kits are available for anyone with a library card to check out. KEVA planks help learners experience the fun of science, technology, engineering, art & design, and math. We encourage teachers to make full use of the KEVA kits in their classrooms. Each kit includes 500 KEVA planks, building instructions, and activity suggestions. You can check out a KEVA Kit from any of the following libraries:

If you check out a KEVA Kit, please fill out the online feedback form to let us know how your experience went! For more information, please contact your public library or email

Tech-Up Community Kits

Tech-Up Community Kits, developed by Science World in consultation with teachers and teacher-librarians from the Vancouver School Board, provide students in grades K–7 with activities for coding, computational thinking, and other digital skills. Each kit contains Robot Mouse, Ozobot or micro:bit technology plus related books and offline coding games suitable for primary, intermediate or middle-school audiences. The kit also contains instructions for sample activities and programs, which can be modified to suit the learners’ needs. Tech-Up provides training and support for kit recipients.

Tech-Up Community Kits can be found in the following public library systems:

Tech-Up Kits are also in several school libraries in North Vancouver, New Westminster and Vancouver.

Tech-Up Library Kits are part of Tech-Up, Science World's initiative to enhance existing programs to include coding and computational thinking.