WIN Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity book!

Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity: Words that Changed the World by Carl Wilkinson brings Einstein’s world-changing understanding of gravity, time, space and light to life for young readers.

Go on a journey through Einstein’s mind as this beautiful book breaks down his complex theories to make them accessible for young readers.

Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity by Carl Wilkinson is published by Laurence King on 14th September and we’ve got three copies to give away to lucky Whizz Pop Bang fans!

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer this question in the comments:

Where was Albert Einstein born?

A United Kingdom
B Austria
C Germany

Good luck!

This competition closes at midnight on Sunday 27th September 2020. Whizz Pop Bang competition terms and conditions are here.

Whizz Pop Bang is a top-quality, gender-neutral, advert-free science magazine for families everywhere. Each issue is packed with experiments, activities, amazing facts, puzzles, jokes, riddles and more. Find out more here!


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WIN three sensational science books!

Add a sprinkle of science to your child’s bookshelf this autumn with these three inspiring titles from Wren and Rook.

Launch yourself into the great unknown with Space Explorers by Libby Jackson. Marvel at 25 extraordinary true stories of humankind’s thrilling journey to the stars which have been brought to life by Léonard Dupon’s beautiful illustrations.

In An Engineer Like Me by Dr Shini Somara and illustrated by Nadja Sarell, Zara’s journey around the city sparks some serious curiosity: How do roller coasters do loop-the-loops? How do planes stay up? As she marvels about how they work, Zara learns about some of the brilliant engineers who have shaped the world around her. This inventive book is packed with engineering explanations and challenges get future scientists thinking.

A Climate in Chaos by Neal Layton tackles the huge issue of our warming planet by explaining what it is, what’s causing it and – most importantly – how we can all help to keep Planet Earth happy.

Want to win all three books for your family? We’ve got five bundles of three to give away to Whizz Pop Bang fans!

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer this question in the comments:

Who was the first human in space?

A Buzz Aldrin
B Yuri Gagarin
C Sally Ride

Good luck!

This competition closes at midnight on Wednesday 30th September 2020. Whizz Pop Bang competition terms and conditions are here.

Whizz Pop Bang is a top-quality, gender-neutral, advert-free science magazine for families everywhere. Each issue is packed with experiments, activities, amazing facts, puzzles, jokes, riddles and more. Find out more here!


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COMPETITION CLOSED: WIN GeoSafari® Jr. Kidnoculars® Extreme™!

Hooray, it’s British Science Week from 6th – 15th March! To celebrate, our friends at Learning Resources have given us three pairs of GeoSafari® Jr. Kidnoculars® Extreme to give away.

See what you hear, with Kidnoculars Extreme. Magnify your world with these awesome 3x no-focus binoculars and amplify the nature around you with a built-in microphone.

Just answer this question in the comments to be in with a chance of winning:

Where can the tympanic membrane, cochlear and auditory ossicles be found?

a. In the nose
b. In the ear
c. In the eye

If you can’t see the ‘Leave a reply’ box below, click here to see the full version of this blog post.

This competition closes at midnight on Sunday 15th March 2020. Whizz Pop Bang competition terms and conditions are here


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COMPETITION CLOSED: WIN books to celebrate World Book Day!

The world’s biggest celebration of children’s books and reading is back on 5 March 2020 – it’s World Book Day!

Every year, publishers (with the support of National Book Tokens) create a list of books by best-selling authors and illustrators that are available to buy for just £1 each.


Wondering what free books are on offer for World Book Day 2020?

Check out this amazing selection!

World Book Day 2020’s £1 books!

How can I get a World Book Day token?

If you’re a Whizz Pop Bang subscriber, one will pop through your letterbox! There’s one printed on page 33 of Whizz Pop Bang: Splash! Leap into the Science of Ponds. Not a subscriber? Sign up here.

SPLASH! Leap into the Science of Ponds will be delivered to subscribers between 2nd – 12th March 2020

More than 15 million World Book Day vouchers will be distributed to children in the UK and Ireland, so your child may get one from school, nursery or a youth group, too.


Where can I spend World Book Day vouchers?

Take your voucher to a participating book shop (you can find a list here) and exchange it for a FREE £1 World Book Day book, or £1 or €1.50 off any full-priced book or audiobook costing at least £2.99 or €3.99.


WIN a bundle of books by World Book Day authors!

Our friends at World Book Day have given us some brilliant books by World Book Day authors, Greg James, Matthew Syed and Matt Haig to give away! Two winners will each win all three books.

Just answer this question in the comments to be in with a chance of winning:

What kind of micro-animals are also known as moss piglets or water bears?

a. Nematodes
b. Spider mites
c. Tardigrades

If you can’t see the ‘Leave a reply’ box below, click here to see the full version of this blog post.

This competition closes at midnight on Tuesday 31st March 2020. Whizz Pop Bang competition terms and conditions are here and World Book Day terms and conditions are here.


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Share a Million Stories with World Book Day 2020

It’s World Book Day on 5 March 2020 and this year, it’s all about Sharing a Million Stories! Joining in is simple: just sign up and pledge to share 10-minutes of storytelling (which includes reading aloud, audiobooks, comics or lots more) as many times as you can throughout World Book Month (27 February – 29 March 2020).

You could win £1,000 of stories to share with your nursery or school during each week of the campaign, simply by sharing stories! Find out more here.

Find out more about World Book Day 2020 (including a chance to win a bundle of books!) right here!


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COMPETITION CLOSED: WIN a six-month subscription and access to our school resources!

NOMINATE A STAR TEACHER for their chance to win a six-month of Whizz Pop Bang for their classroom PLUS free access to our incredible school resources!

Did you know that in addition to our awesome monthly magazine, we also produce hands-on lesson packs for schools? Each pack includes quality science lesson plans, easy experiments and activities to do in class, as well as lots of ideas for science and eco clubs!

To enter this competition, tell us in the comments why a teacher you know deserves an extra-special thank you.

Are you a teacher? Join the Whizz Pop Bang teachers’ Facebook group to find out more about our resources, for news, competitions and more!

This competition/promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Facebook. This competition closes at midnight on Thursday 2nd January 2020. The prize is: six issues of Whizz Pop Bang magazine delivered to an address of the winner’s choice and free access to our school resources for six months. Full for terms and conditions, see: https://buff.ly/30nZVt4


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COMPETITION CLOSED: WIN a Whizz Pop Bang binder!

Whizz Pop Bang’s seven days of prizes: day seven!

It’s the last day of our week of competitions and we’ve got a binder, sorry a blinder, of a prize for you today!  

Today, we’re giving away a Whizz Pop Bang binder – the perfect place for WPB fans to store their magazine collections! Each binder holds a whole year’s-worth of magazines, making it the ideal extra gift for a mini scientist who is dreaming of finding a Whizz Pop Bang subscription under the tree.

Just answer this question in the comments to be in with a chance of winning. Don’t wait around, because this competition is only running for 24 hours!

How many sets of eyelids do camels have?

  1. One set
  2. Two sets
  3. Three sets

This competition closes at 7am on 14th December 2019. For full terms and conditions see: https://buff.ly/384J6Zl


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COMPETITION CLOSED: WIN a Whizz Pop Bang lab coat!

Whizz Pop Bang’s seven days of prizes: day three!

It’s DAY THREE of WHIZZ POP BANG’s SEVEN DAYS OF PRIZES!

Every day this week, you’ll discover another competition to give Whizz Pop Bang fans a chance to win science-y prizes. Don’t forget to come back tomorrow! 

Today, we’re giving away a Whizz Pop Bang lab coat in the size of your choice – but hurry, because this competition is only running for 24 hours!

Scientists-in-training will go beaker bonkers over our lab coats which will keep clothes in tip-top condition, even when experiments don’t go quite as planned!

Each lab coat comes complete with three deep pockets, perfect for storing endless bits and bobs. It’s the perfect gift for curious children who wonder why (and quite like making a mess at the same time!)

Available in four sizes to fit ages 5 to 13.

Just answer this question in the comments to be in with a chance of winning:

What is Whizz Pop Bang’s robot called?

  1. X
  2. Y
  3. Z

This competition closes at 7am on Tuesday 10th December 2019. For full terms and conditions visit whizzpopbang.com/terms


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COMPETITION CLOSED: WIN A Y’s Wonder Club pack!

Whizz Pop Bang’s seven days of prizes: day one!

See Y’s Wonder Club pack in our shop!

We’ve got an awesome Y’s Wonder Club pack to give away to one lucky Whizz Pop Bang fan – but you need to be quick because this competition is only open for 24 hours!

Y’s Wonder Club is our brand new club that encourages Whizz Pop Bang readers to get stuck into experimenting and to share their adventures in science. This bumper scrapbook club pack is the perfect gift for any scientist-in-training and includes:

• Large science scrapbook (315 x 240mm, 48 pages), ideal for recording hopeful hypotheses, nature notes, future inventions, experiment results and more – it’s bound to spark curiosity and creativity!

• Enamel Y’s Wonder Club pin badge – wear this quality badge and glow with pride

• A4 Sheet of fun science stickers – perfect for adorning the scrapbook

• Club membership certificate – A5 certificate to show you’re part of the club

Want to win one? Just answer the question in the comments to be in with a chance!

What are the moons of Mars called?

  1. Jupiter and Saturn
  2. Phobos and Deimos
  3. Oberon and Puck

This competition closes at 7am on 8th December 2019. For full terms and conditions visit whizzpopbang.com/terms


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WIN Project Superhero and Chasing Captain America books by Professor E. Paul Zehr!

Whizz Pop Bang’s seven days of prizes: day six!

If you’ve read the SCIENCE HEROES feature in WHIZZ POP BANG: SCIENCE SUPERPOWERS, you’ll know all about Professor E. Paul Zehr. He’s a neuroscientist, author and martial artist who studies the adaptability of the human body at the University of Victoria, Canada.

We’ve got two of Paul’s books about the science behind superpowers to give away. PROJECT SUPERHERO is aimed at readers aged 8 – 12, while CHASING CAPTAIN AMERICA is for adults, so here’s a prize you can share with your parents, grandparents, Scout leader, next-door neighbour, or any other grown up superhero fans you know!

PROJECT SUPERHERO is the diary of Jessie, a 13 year old girl who is doing project on superheroes. Read advice from real-life heroes (including Olympian Clara Hughes, sailor Jessica Watson and Captain Marvel writer Kelly Sue De Connick) as one ordinary girl investigates what it would take to be Batgirl.

CHASING CAPTAIN AMERICA: How advances in science, engineering, and biotechnology will produce a superhuman is a book for adults about whether we can create a real-life superhuman by changing human biology itself!

To be in with a chance of winning these two books, just answer this question in the comments:

How long can a naked mole rat survive without any oxygen?

  1. 18 seconds
  2. 18 minutes
  3. 18 hours

This competition closes at midnight on 31st December 2019. For full terms and conditions visit whizzpopbang.com/terms


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