An awesomely amazing science magazine


Inspire your child with an awesomely amazing new monthly kids' science magazine for 6-11 year olds

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✓  Hours of educational fun each month

Exciting experiments to try at home

✓  Expert science writers

✓  Engaging layout and illustrations

✓  Gender-neutral content

✓  Linked to the National Curriculum

✓  No advertising

✓  No screens

36 printed pages of good wholesome science fun!

What is Whizz Pop Bang?

Whizz Pop Bang is a new monthly UK children’s science magazine aimed at making science fun and engaging for 6-11 year old children (and their parents)! Hours of educational science fun each month for just £3.75 per magazine, including UK delivery – or from less than £3 per magazine on an annual subscription. Whizz Pop Bang isn't available in the shops but you can flick through a virtual copy of the magazine here .

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Supporting your child's education

Help support your child's science education with content that is linked to the National Curriculum. Whizz Pop Bang is a children's science magazine that also explores much broader topics with features that are aimed to capture children's imagination and instil a real passion for science.

The science magazine makes an excellent resource for home educators as well as anyone wanting to help support their child's learning at home.

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Some of the awesome feedback we've had so far...

"My 9 year old son Oliver absolutely loves this magazine (and so do I). We read it together at bedtime and he loves the variety of topics covered in each magazine. He's a reluctant reader so the bitesize facts and layout means he's not overwhelmed. Well done on a great magazine!"

Jo Bailey

"Wow! We received our first Whizz Pop Bang magazine at West Felton CofE Primary today... what a fantastic read! I can't wait to share it with the children. We'll be making marbled planets as part of our Earth & Space project and the Mary Anning piece will be perfect for our Evolution topic. Thank you so much for producing such a high quality, engaging resource, it's simply perfect."

Helen Hughes (Deputy Headteacher)

"Just received it! What a fabulous edition. It has a really well-balanced range of subjects and I love that it explains complex things in a way that is easy for a child to understand. Well done! The subscription is one thing of the best investments I made made for my child's education this year."

Sadia Haider

"Just wanted to say how brilliant the magazine is!! Absolutely perfect... The explanations are clear without being dumbed down and there are so many things to do using literally everything around the house!! I have already recommended it to several friends with little ones! thanks so much!!"

Clare Brockenbrow


For all inquisitive girls & boys

Whizz Pop Bang is a completely gender neutral children's science magazine, because we strongly believe that science is for girls, just as much as it is for boys. So expect to find plenty of strong female scientist role models and
content that appeals to all children.

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Who are we?

Whizz Pop Bang is run by mother of three, Jenny Inglis, who has a passion for helping young children engage with science. A physics graduate with lots of experience in publishing science materials for children, Jenny has also been a Blue Peter science presenter, demonstrating fun science experiments live on air! With Whizz Pop Bang, Jenny hopes to reach children far and wide by offering affordable science that's exciting, educational and engaging.

Together, we are a small team of passionate writers, illustrators and designers, working round the clock to produce Whizz Pop Bang magazine and help to engage more children with science.

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Mini-scientists in the making

Children make excellent scientists – they’re inquisitive, keen to learn and have open minds. With fun children's science magazine, Whizz Pop Bang, just imagine what your mini-scientist might one day discover!

Sign up now from £2.92 per magazine

"I really welcome this magazine for children of Primary School age… Science should never seem difficult or dull." Judith Hann, Tomorrow’s World presenter & author of “How Science Works”

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