The Week Junior is a brilliant current affairs magazine for children aged between 8 and 14. It’s filled with fascinating stories and information, written to engage curious young minds and encourage them to explore and understand the world around them.
Summit to save the planet
Diwali celebrations take place once again
IT’S AN AMAZING WEEK FOR…
Australia reopens its borders
Victory for clean-water campaign
WORD OF THE WEEK
THIS WEEK IN HISTORY • 8 November 2005
Bronze treasures returned
Northern Lights in Scotland
First seal pups of the season
Rare Roman statues found
Around the world
Should drones replace fireworks? • Drone displays are becoming more popular with the public.
What you need to know
Three reasons why drones should replace fireworks
Three reasons why drones should not replace fireworks
A time to remember • A historian reflects on the First World War.
A record-breaking climb
The solar-powered plan
THEY SAID IT!
Elephants evolve to lose tusks
WRITE A NATURE STORY
Indris have natural rhythm
Secrets from Russia’s past • The breathtaking pieces of art created for Russia’s ruling family.
Three of the best Fabergé eggs
Mummy’s secrets revealed
Preserved for the afterlife
Ruby hints at Earth’s ancient life
NASA preps for moonshot
The robot watercraft
Photos of the week
Thousands run against Kipchoge
THE WEEK’S WINNERS…
Coping with climate anxiety • Turning feelings into actions can help you feel more hopeful.
Readers take action
Ceramic poppies’ new home • The famous exhibition will be installed at a museum.
Remembrance around the UK
Get green on screen • Use your favourite device to learn about climate change and what people are doing to help.
GAME OF THE WEEK
APP OF THE WEEK
WEBSITE OF THE WEEK
5 books about climate change • Feel empowered and hopeful with these inspiring reads.
The Chime Seekers
Ross Montgomery • The Chime Seekers writer reveals his favourite food and what scares him.
Food photography • View meals and tasty treats from a different angle when you try…
HOW, WHAT, WHERE?
“YOU CAN BE CREATIVE”
Word fill in • All these words fit in the grid. Can you work out where each word goes to complete it?
Word jumble • Rearrange the scrambled letters to form four words connected with DIY.
Spot the difference • These two pictures appear to be the same, but take a closer look. There are actually five differences. Can you spot them?
Wordsearch • Can you find all of the rugby words listed here? They are hidden horizontally, vertically or diagonally and may read forwards or backwards.
Number tower • Place a number in every circle to complete the tower. The value in each circle is the sum of the numbers in the two circles directly beneath it.
Bottle travels over 2,000 miles
Ingenious new use for cow poo
Stacked chairs reach new heights
Couple float home across bay
CHARITY OF THE WEEK
The future of James Bond
YOUR PHOTOS • We’d love to see your snaps. Send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org Don’t forget to tell us why you took them.
Teacher OF THE WEEK
Puzzles page and quiz answers
THE WEEK Junior SHOW
Quiz of the week
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