This weekend the Earth is due to be hit by a pair of solar storms that might affect radio and satellite communication. But how and why does this happen?
Our founder and editor Lynn Schreiber will be at the Bradford Literature Festival on 28th September to run two Jump! Mag Workshops on Blogging and Social Media [...]
Lucy has had her interview, and is really excited. But it seems that Auntie Jenny is hiding something... Read the next installment of Olympias Clue.
On the way b[...]
How would you like to root around in a 2000 year-old toilet?! The Romans created aqueducts, newspapers, and bound books... but did you know they helped create the toilets[...]
Have you been following our brilliant chapter story? You can find the entire story on this page, if you've missed a bit. Lucy finds time to relax after her exciting discovery, and [...]
Recently the online parenting website Mumsnet ran a survey which found that people in politics are seen to be 'white, middle-class and male'. We think that ANYONE can be[...]
Cameras at the ready, Jump readers - we’ve got some exciting news for all you wannabe photographers! The National Geographic Photo Competition for Kids launched this week.
Where did the loomband craze start, and who invented loom bands? That is the question we are going to answer today. Set your loombands aside for a moment and find out!
Continuing our chapter story, The Olympias Clue. Lucy lead the Greek archaeology team into the dark cave, and they gazed in wonder at the beautiful marble statue. But who did the [...]
Earth’s Underground Ocean
In 1864 the French author, Jules Verne, published his novel “Journey To The Interior of the Earth”. In this book 3 men explor[...]
As a very young girl I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to stay in Saudi Arabia for a few weeks, as my father was working there for British Telecom. Sa[...]
Looking for great Book Resources for kids? These are our favourite sites for avid readers, and to inspire and encourage reluctant bookworms.
If you know of any book reso[...]
Part two of our series on the features on Minecraft asks the question - What IS Obsidian anyway? In Minecraft, Obsidian is a deep purple and black block known for its hig[...]
Why was there a carving of Olympias, the mother of Alexander the Great, in what appeared to be a temple of Athena? And why here? Why in Alexandroupoli, far from[...]
Lions are felines, which means that they are members of the same wider family as cats. Indeed, they are frequently referred to as “large cats” or something similar.
They live on[...]
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