You can kit all the components yourself... or make a little family fun!
It's important to QA your kits - no one wants to open a dud!
Use plates, cups, or small containers to separate your components. Then, give each of your staff a battery and show them how to assemble / test a kit.
Good kits are disassembled and go in a small ziplock bag, bad ones are retired to the rubbish bin.
Time to add a battery and set of components to each one of your packages. Root Beer Floats may be needed at this point to replenish the massive amounts of energy expended.

This guide was first published on Jan 06, 2014. It was last updated on Jan 06, 2014.

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