Do you know that the European Union has 28 Member States? Can you list their capitals? With this colouring book, children aged 6 to 10 will be able to learn the names of EU capitals, colour in the flags and discover some interesting information about each Member State. Attractive learning material that can be used both at home and in school!
A fun booklet that teaches children about EU diversity. Teachers can use it to explain the euro, and introduce children to the cultural, scientific and natural heritage of the countries that make up the European Union.
Take your students on exciting adventures with Tom and his friend Lila the fox in this series of books about the environment. Their adventures include recycling old bikes to make a brand new one, convincing a mayor to create a more pedestrian-friendly city and discovering the impacts of deforestation and climate change. Alongside the books, there is also a teacher's guide and an activity book.
The story features two children and their adventures with Fred, a well-educated frog. It is packed with fun animations and interactive features. The reader learns about the water cycle and how water treatment works. On the practical side, there are plenty of tips on how to conserve water.
Nicholas goes to stay with relatives on a farm and sees how the food we eat is produced. The farm provides vegetables, milk, cheese, yoghurt, wheat to make bread and much more. He also watches Floss the dog round up sheep for shearing. The wool will be used to make clothes and carpets.
This colourful picture book comes complete with a set of stickers showing different agricultural products. Children have to stick them on the country from which they think the produce originates. The correct answers can be found at the back of the book.