Keep active young minds occupied, entertained and inspired this half-term
The team at The Week Junior - the award-winning magazine for 8-14 year olds - have selected some of their favourite activities from previous issues to keep your family entertained this October.
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Let them try their hand at Cubism with our step-by-step guide to creating a Picasso-style portrait, or watch them get creative with an easy-to-follow recipe for a 'squashed' sandwich. There are lots more ideas for children to enjoy from the comfort of their home!
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The Week Junior is an exciting magazine loved by 8–14 year olds (and their parents!). Delivered weekly, it is filled with the latest news and events as well as fascinating stories and information, written to engage curious minds. It's fact-filled pages are a great screen-free way to make learning fun.
Read by over 93,000 families, The Week Junior provides balanced context and clarity to complex issues, improves general knowledge and encourages discussion and debate. There are also puzzles, activities, quizzes and much more to enjoy in every issue.
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- It's packed with intelligent, safe and balanced content to feed curious minds
- It gives your children a weekly opportunity to explore and discover amazing things about the world
- It provides young people with a space to develop independent thought and their own opinions
- From news to nature, science to geography, and sport to books, The Week Junior explores an extraordinary array of topics from around the globe.
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