That’s a funny kit, Ryan, with only five frames. Nucleus boxes are five-frame sized, but I can see that isn’t one. It’s good you posted about it so you don’t end up in a tricky situation with your setup
Along with the great info in the responses, I’d recommend browsing the websites of some reputable beekeeping supply companies - even if you don’t plan to buy anything else yet, you’ll see how things are named and organized which might help the info you read here to fall into place better. Of course, if you can tag along with an experienced beek in your area on some inspections, even better.
By the way @Dawn_SD, since most of my hives are medium-over-deep brood setups, I sometimes need to put a medium frame or two in a deep box, so I place it on the outer edge. A straight run of drone comb is built to fill the gap, attached to the bottom bar of the frame - it breaks off neatly and is a delicious snack bar for my hens - and goodbye to any varroa brooding in there too!
@Beaver82 this is an ‘advanced adaptation’ (hack ) that is not intended as a tip or instruction for newer beeks, so cover your ears