What can we tell from the study of BONES? According to Tina, we can tell an awful lot about a person by studying their bones - even centuries after they died. This process is [...]
After the popularity of our Science Resources for Kids List, we've been asked to make a list of recommendations for history for kids.
We will update this list in the coming m[...]
Around 350 BC, the Greek philosopher Plato wrote about an island situated in front of the Pillars of Hercules, that disappeared under the sea in one day and one night. Acco[...]
You probably do not know who the actor Hedy Lamarr was as her last film credit was in 1958. If you ask your parents they may have a vague recollection or at lea[...]
Jump! Mag is delighted to team up with Alice Nuttall and Emily Brady, a crack comic creating pair from England, who will be creating a weekly Jump! Mag Comic strip.
Emily and A[...]
What do you like about going into a bookstore or library? Is it the smell of the books, or the sight of the different coloured spines, waiting to be pulled from[...]
You may not have had the term ‘malapropism’, but I am sure you know what a malapropism is when you hear it! It is when you get one word mixed up for another and as a result change[...]
Dr. Helen Sharman, the first British astronaut and at 27 the fifth youngest person to be launched into space on the 18th May 1991.
After responding to a radio advertiseme[...]
When we visit art galleries or learn about art in school, we tend to think of paintings on canvas, sculpture or photographs. Often these will be clearly recogn[...]
Mary Wollstonecraft is known as one of the earliest feminist thinkers and writers to become famous and influential throughout Europe. This reputation comes fro[...]
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