The Week Junior magazine will spark your child’s imagination every week with 32 pages of captivating articles, activities, photos on more. Written for children between 8 and 14 years old, A subscription to The Week Junior will give your child access to everything from current news and events to topics on science, nature, sports, and much more. They’ll be fully engaged with activities, puzzles, games, and curiosity sparking debates.
Every issue of The Week Junior contains 6 pages of news stories from around the globe that are sure to keep your child engaged. With so many things happening in the world around them, The Week Junior gives them the facts behind the big headlines that help them better understand news and current events. Debate oriented topics encourage young readers to view both sides of issues and empower them to think critically.
Science And Nature
We make science, technology, engineering, and mathematics subjects exciting through content and studies that are easy to understand. We cover the latest discoveries and scientific developments as well as topics on nature that will spark curiosity in your young learner.
What children’s magazine would be complete without sports coverage from professional, college, and even kids sports from around the world. The Week Junior contains features on major athletic achievements that help engage children and get them interested in sports and athletics.
What to Expect: The Week Junior + DiscountMags
By subscribing to The Week Junior today you’ll receive weekly issues of everything related to news, science, sports, entertainment, and more. The wide variety of topics will provide your young reader with everything a thriving child needs. Get your discounted subscription to The Week Junior today through DiscountMags!
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