Welcome to The Week Junior Science+Nature

The monthly magazine for curious 8–15 year-old children.

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Science+Nature is designed to bring STEM – science, technology, engineering, maths (and art!) – subjects to life, and show their relevance in our everyday lives . If your child is curious about how the universe works, then this is the magazine for them. 

Each issue is packed with incredible content, amazing pictures and mind-blowing factbombs, revealing the marvels of the living world and unveiling the wonders of space. Our fascinating features introduce young readers to big ideas and inspiring role models, and offer them newfound knowledge that they'll love to share with friends and family.

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What’s inside The Week Junior Science+Nature?

That’s Amazing! –all the latest fascinating discoveries, coolest inventions and surprising facts

Fascinating features – brilliant articles written by the UK’s best scientists, explainers and authors

Mysteries of Science – investigates the true stories behind strange phenomena and unexplained events

Coding Club – a place to code and create, with projects made in collaboration the Raspberry Pi Foundation

The Lab – easy-to-do experiments and activities

Tons of great competitions and giveaways!

From the editor

Hi - I’m very proud to edit the UK’s best STEM magazine for children. Every issue of The Week Junior Science+Nature takes readers on epic voyage of discovery, from the depths of the oceans to the outer reaches of the cosmos, and from the days of the dinosaurs to our high-tech future. Every page will delight, educate and entertain, and I’m sure your child will enjoy reading it as much as we enjoy making it! –

Dan Green, Editor

More than a magazine

There are lots of other ways for you and your family to get involved.

Bonus activities

We’ve got a great selection of easy-to-do science activities on our activity hub, from butterfly feeders, to building a bubble blower and baking soda bread.

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Our weekly newsletter lands in your inbox every Friday morning, bringing you ideas for science and nature activities to do with your family at the weekend. We carefully select every activity, making sure that they are quick, fun and easy to do – and use materials that you're likely to have around the house. It's a parenting win!

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Bring science, technology, engineering and maths topics to life today with The Week Junior Science+Nature magazine at https://sciencenature.theweekjunior.co.uk/. 

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