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JSN Christmas 2021


Have you ever been asked why the sky’s blue, but space is black? How fast can a shark swim? What would happen if the Earth stopped spinning? What does space smell like? What’s the stretchiest substance in the Universe? Or why a slug is so slimy?

TWJ Science+Nature is the magazine with the answers about our incredible universe. 

Each issue is packed with astounding experiments, incredible stories and jaw-dropping facts to fuel thirst for knowledge and spark new interests in 8-15 year olds.

Start your subscription today - or give TWJ Science+Nature for Christmas


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Get 3 issues for £5

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  • Start your subscription right away, with your first 3 issues for £5
  • Bring science, technology, engineering and maths topics to life for 8-15s
  • Enjoy plastic-free home delivery every 4 weeks
Give TWJ Science+Nature this Christmas

Give 9 issues for £25.99 + tree planted

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  • This Black Friday, TWJ Science+Nature is going GREEN! We’ll plant a tree for every gift subscription purchased until 30th November
  • Prices start at just £20.49 and include a free Christmas activity pack 
  • The activity pack and a Christmas card are sent straight to you to give on the big day
  • The gift subscription will start with the first issue of the new year - delivered plastic-free to your lucky recipient

Covid-19 Update

We are continuing to produce and deliver The Week Junior Science+Nature as usual. Find out more about deliveries here.

We have also answered some reader questions about the virus here. You may find this helpful when talking to your children about the news.





George 2 JSN
George, Year 5

I enjoy reading The Week Junior and learning from it. I consider it my secret weapon at school as it often gives me great ideas for my homework. Thanks to The Week Junior I almost know more than my teacher!

Chris, Dad

Great little homeschooling science experiment from The Week Junior Science+Nature showing dissolving and diffusion.