We use lots of scientific words and phrases in everyday language. Often their use changes, until their meanings have become completely muddled and are very different to their scien[...]
Lucy is discovering a different side of Greece than she had expected to find when she booked her trip to see her aunt. If you missed last week's story, you can find it here, and th[...]
Who else is looking forward to the summer? Whether you call your summer break a 'vacation' or a 'holiday', there is a good chance that some of you are heading for the beach[...]
We use lots of scientific words and phrases in everyday language. Often their use changes, until their everyday meanings have become completely muddled, and are very different to t[...]
Continuing our story of adventure in Greece, Lucy was surprised by the appearance of a familiar figure in the overgrown park.
If you missed the earlier chapters, you c[...]
It has been reported that a computer program has passed the famous Turing Test by pretending to be a 13-year-old Ukrainian boy called Eugene Goostman. But just what is th[...]
When you write a book that is set in a particular period of history, it is important to get the details correct. This means that writers of historical fiction have to do [...]
Bike riding is one of the real joys in life. You get adventure, fresh air and exercise, as well as all the fun. Yet, the majority of girls tend to stop riding their bikes[...]
Continuing our adventure story The Olympias Clue, as Lucy enters the overgrown park in Alexandroupoli, Greece. If you missed the beginning, find part one and two here.
Gabriella wrote for Jump! Mag a few months ago, and contacted us to tell us about her latest school project. She and some friends have been working on competition run by the Depart[...]
While there are plenty of science kits in the shops, did you know that you can do loads of science with things that you already have in your store cupboard? Science enth[...]
I expect most of you have heard of antonyms, and even if you haven’t heard the word, you know them and use them every day. Antonyms are words that mean the opposite. For example, h[...]
You may have heard something on the news recently about an exciting scientific discovery, of Quantum Entanglement and Teleportation. Sometimes it can be quite hard to untangle a ne[...]
Part two of our chapter story, The Olympias Clue carries on where we left off last week. If you missed it, you can catch up here.
“Look,” Lucy cried to Auntie [...]
I recently discovered this old phone in an antique shop, and realised that today's kids wouldn't recognise the sound of the dial turning.
It got me thinking about the other so[...]
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