Now there's more to borrow. From outdoor games to WiFi hotspots, check out something from our collection!
Outdoor Game Kits
Featuring classic yard games, such as croquet, and modern games, such as Kanjam.
Play and have fun with the popular Italian lawn game Bocce Ball with this on-the-go game set.
Croquet is a classic outdoor game for all ages to enjoy. Use colorful long-handled mallets to get the wooden balls through wickets (or hoops) in the ground. Comes in an easy-to-carry case.
This giant Yard Dice set is perfect for capturing everyone's interest. Each die has smooth rounded edges for easy playability. Includes laminated score sheets you can use again and again!
Giant Wooden Tic-Tac-Toe
A lifesize toss version of the classic Tic-Tac-Toe game. Contains a 3 ft x 3 ft game board with oversized 10 in x 10 in Xs and Os. X always plays first!
This plastic and wood Ring Toss kit comes in an easy on-the-go carrying case. Play in the backyard or a large area inside the house! Perfect for families and parties.
Dokou (Pickle Ball)
Pickleball is a fun and easy-to-learn paddleball sport that combines elements of badminton, table tennis, and tennis. Net is not included in this game kit, can be played on a tennis court.
Play the fun and addicting sport of Badminton! Includes 4 rackets, multiple shuttlecocks, and even a net. Racket wrap and tape are not included in kit.
Kanjam Pro Disc
Kanjam Pro Disc is a popular party game similar to cornhole. It’s loads of fun for all ages! Two teams of two players stand at opposite goals and work together to score points.
Get into Spike Ball, a fun, active, and competitive 2-on-2 player sports game with rules like volleyball.
Play Jazzminton, an exciting and fast paced paddle game! Serve to the other player and rally back and forth. Play a fast competitive game or keep it simple.
Grow a Reader Kits
Check out these kits to get your little reader started with core learning skills.
Make some music with this Grow a Reader kit! Songs present children with new words, building their vocabulary.
Use this Grow a Reader kit to get talking! When you talk with your young child, they hear the sounds of the languages you speak and can learn what words mean as you point to and label things.
Check out this Grow a Reader kit to show your child that writing is fun and to improve their writing at the same time, setting them up for success in the future.
Use this Grow a Reader kit to develop your little one’s love for reading. It is never too early to start reading to and with a child! Words can be found everywhere in our daily lives.
This Grow a Reader kit will take them to new and exciting words. Playing gives young children practice at thinking symbolically and using their imaginations.
Use these devices to check various environmental factors around you.
Temtop P10 Air Quality Monitor
Monitors for toxic air particles. Use in the home, office, or anywhere else. LCD screen and tri-color indicator gives clear readings on particle pollutants.
Kill A Watt Electricity Usage Monitor
Can easily identify appliances in your home that are costing the most money. Plus, check the quality of your power by monitoring voltage, line frequency, and power factor.
Home Radon Detector
Makes it easy to take measurements from one room to another in order to get an overview of radon (dangerous, toxic gas) levels.
Thermal Leak Detector
This sensor spots hidden energy leaks along walls, molding, ductwork, & more. Auto-color change provides quick, intuitive feedback showing users where to caulk or insulate.
Tech On the Go Hotspot
Need Internet anywhere you go? Our hotspots are small, mobile devices that can be checked out and are used to facilitate Internet access.
NetStation Chromebooks are laptop computers that can be checked out, which connect to WiFi for Internet access (not included).
Tech on the Go Equipment
Library of Things FAQs
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