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 children 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.
Latest science news and discoveries from around the world
Interviews with real scientists
No tacky plastic toys
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...
Subscribe online today and join our huge family of tens of thousands of happy Whizz Pop Bang subscribers!
This issue we’re travelling back in time to explore the epic engineering achievements of the radical Romans! make your own Roman writing tablet, construct a clever miniature catapult and take our aqueduct engineering challenge!
"My daughter received her first issue yesterday, and she loves it! I was impressed with the quality of the content, and the paper it's printed on. I took out the year subscription and folder on a whim and so glad I did! The extra touch was her name on the envelope."Ruth Louise
"It's full of interesting ideas and activities - and jokes! My grandson (now 7) has been reading it for a couple of years now: he loves it and keeps going back to each issue."Lesley Burt
"The subscription was a Christmas pressie for my 9 year old - we both love the magazine and doing the experiments together. Great bonding and great opportunity to do practical science experiments! Amazing!!"Cesca Voo
"A brilliant magazine which fills a real gap in the market. It’s fun, intelligent and very “do-able” for a wide range of ages and abilities."Carolyn Stroud
"My 10 year old son and his friend spent 30 minutes reading this together, and forgot - actually forgot! - that I had permitted some gaming time for them this afternoon! Literally the first time that has ever happened. Thank you! "Flora