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Self paced, virtual science clubs (includes the kit) are here.

Now everyone can enjoy our online science clubs with these self-paced virtual versions.

Suitable for ages 5-11.

If our LIVE online clubs don’t suit you for whatever reason,  this is a super alternative for you. We send you the kit and all the tutorials and science behind the experiments are here. 

£32 include kit, 6 months access to the members area & packing and postage

For each club we send you the kit plus private access to the tutorials, videos and downloads.

The tutorials provide step by step guide to how to carry out the experiment plus the science theory behind the activity too.

Just grab the kit and follow along!

If you have any queries please contact us on [email protected], or text/call Ruth on 07847006048

Click on the club you’re interested in below to either purchase the course, or login to resume your classes.

Fizz & Popp


A fantastic introduction to chemistry with colour changing potions, fizzy reactions, pH testing, CO2 experiments, lava lamps plus a final week of zooming rockets. 

Access to 14 child-friendly tutorials ranging from 5-10 minutes.

At least 4 hours of experimenting, but much more as the children are encouraged to take the activities further.


Rainbow Skittles


pH testing

Acids & alkali reactions

Rainbow Fizz,

Chemical balloons

CO2 science

Lava lamps

Blossoming flower


Rocket frogs




An exciting hands-on club looking engineering concepts linked to nature, making vehicles, building circuits, playdoh LED light up models & Vibro Bots.


To follow


Colour changing bead bracelets

Balancing butterflies

Secret messages & Decoder glasses


Super gliders

Air powered cars

Simple circuits

Investigate insulators/conductors

Clay LED light up creatures

Make Art-bots to create a masterpiece

Build crazy Vibrobots

Horrid Science


Gross science experiments that kids love! Gloop, slime, bath bombs with nasty surprises, making squidgy worms, smelly chemistry, creepy mini-motorised jittery critters. 


To follow



Pesky periscopes

Jitter critters

Polymerised slimy snot or

Non newtonian fluids

Chemical reactions

Alginate worms

Make your own pH indicator.

Yeast farts 

Smelly fizzy reactions

Bath bombs with a horrid surprises

The self paced virtual club kit contents:

Fizz & Popp Science club

The contents differ slightly form the image above, here’s what you get: beaker, measuring cylinder, petri dish, litmus paper booklet, forceps, filter paper, bowl, bottle with lid, effervescent tablets, glitter, skittles, pipettes, food colourings, raisins, test tubes & lids, sodium bicarbonate, stirring stick, balloons, paper straw, googly eyes, cardboard core, pom-poms, templates. Not provided – scissors, sellotape, glue stick, felt tips, sharpies, clear vinegar, wash-up liquid, vegetable oil, lemonade, tall glass, empty milk carton.

Inventors Science club

The contents differ slightly form the image above, here’s what you get: UV sensitive beads, bracelet cord, washers, red acetate, 2 x AA & 4 x AA battery boxes, 2.5V bulb, bulb holder, small pot of playdoh, 3V LEDs, elastic bands, plastic cup, googly eyes, motor & off-centre mass, scrap kit, paper plates, wheels, axles, balloons, templates.
Update: the seed growing activity has been replaced.
Not provided – sellotape, scissors, felt tips, scrap card/paper, AA battery, materials from around the home to test conductivity (e.g. tin foil, comb, pencil, cutlery etc), balloon pump (optional)

Horrid Science club

The contents differ slightly form the image above, here’s what you get: PVA glue, slime activator, green & blue food colouring, bowls, periscope template, mirrors, 3V button battery, vibrating motor, corn flour, sodium alginate, calcium chloride, citric acid, sodium bicarbonate, mineral salts, yeast, sugar, beaker, stirring sticks, pipettes, straw, balloon, insects, googly eyes, strip of wells, paper ramekin, pot & lid, glitter.
Not provided – sellotape, scissors, felt tips, scrap card/paper, vinegar, red cabbage, knife & chopping board.


  • Laura, Yorkshire
    Thank you so much to the team at Sciencedipity. My girls absolutely love science and the online classes have definitely made this aspect of home educating fun and accessible. Tha k you so much and can't wait to get involved with more science
    Laura, Yorkshire
  • Franny, Mid Devon
    Thank you, Ruth, for your seriously inspiring online science sessions. My two kids spent many days afterwards re-creating the experiments in different ways - thanks to the excellent equipment kits you sent in the post. It's brilliant how you teach them the scientific principles behind the fun stuff, they love going on to apply those principles in other situations. They have learned so much and we will definitely be back for more.
    Franny, Mid Devon
  • Beth, USA
    We had a marvellous time. Your energy and creativity are really appreciated. My son loves the class.
    Beth, USA
  • Lisanne, Devon
    He really enjoyed it, he was absolutely buzzing afterwards and is looking forward to next week
    Lisanne, Devon
  • Rachael, Cornwall
    I can not thank you enough for today. The kids absolutely loved it!
    Rachael, Cornwall
  • Liz, North Devon
     just wanted to say a massive thank you for this morning, the children so enjoyed it!
    Liz, North Devon
  • Angela, Plymouth
    Each session had three really fun and engaging activities, well taught and explained. None of the activities were “duds” or time fillers and my daughter was inspired to follow up each session with further investigation. The sessions were well priced and we are sad they have come to an end
    Angela, Plymouth
  • Joanna, Online Clubs
    Many thanks for your amazing lessons! They are so good at inspiring young scientists and introducing scientific concepts in a fun way.
    Joanna, Online Clubs
  • Beth, Online
    Absolutely fantastic online classes. My 5yo looks forward to them every week and it has really fed his love of science and provided lots more avenues for him to explore in his own time. The kits are always well organised and the little added treats make it that bit more special and exciting for young children to receive.
    Beth, Online
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