Learn and play - Teach and connect
If you're a primary or secondary school pupil, this is where you’ll find games, competitions and activity books to help you discover the EU in a fun way, in the classroom or at home. You can also find out more about studying or volunteering abroad.
If you're a teacher and want to help your pupils learn about the EU and how it works, this is a source of teaching material for all age groups. As well as finding inspiration for lesson plans, you can also discover networking opportunities with other schools and teachers across the EU.
Are you interested in children’s rights, their access to services or how the EU and its Member States can best promote and protect their rights? The European Commission is currently developing an EU Strategy on the Rights of the child – to be produced in early 2021- and would welcome your views.
If you are between 11 and 17 years old, you can participate in this online children’s questionnaire - available in 20 languages. You have until 30 October.
As an adult, you can express your views through the open public consultation, which will close on 8 December.
Investing in the potential of young people is an investment in our society. What gives us hope is that we are not alone in addressing their challenges; we must continue and widen our efforts.
Some great resources here - I found it really useful. And the children enjoyed using the material too!
I used the website to learn more about the history of the EU and which countries belong to it.