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WHIZZ POP BANG the awesomely amazing science magazine for kids!

What is Whizz Pop Bang?

Whizz Pop Bang is our award-winning science magazine that brings science to life for girls and boys aged six to twelve (and their parents too)!

We pack lab-loads of hands-on experiments, puzzles and awesome science news into each month’s magazine, sparking imaginations and inspiring the scientists of the future from the moment Whizz Pop Bang comes bursting through the letterbox.

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Whizz Pop Bang science magazine for kids

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  • Educational – and also fizzing with fun!
  • Gender-neutral
  • Hands-on science experiments to try at home
  • Latest science news and discoveries from around the world
  • Interviews with real scientists
  • No tacky plastic toys
  • No adverts
  • Keeps your child happy and screen-free for hours!

Children make excellent scientists – they’re inquisitive, keen to learn and have open minds. We aim to nurture these qualities and encourage kids to keep asking questions! With Whizz Pop Bang magazine, just imagine what your budding young scientist may one day discover...

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"I recycled a plastic mushroom container and elastic bands to make my own pirate bath time ship. I loved the way it moves when I blow into the sail." Horatio, age 5

Cool science gift ideas for kids!

Cool science gift ideas for kids!

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LATEST ISSUE OF WHIZZ POP BANG

LATEST ISSUE OF WHIZZ POP BANG

Get ready for some eye spy science with Whizz Pop Bang, just the ticket for 6 to 12-year-olds! Find all sorts of ways to trick your eyes, discover how microscopes work and have a go at making some fantastic 3D glasses.

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