If you want to know about what the EU does, how it all started and how it works, or if you want to debate EU policies more in details, you’ll find plenty of inspiration here.
If you are between 14 and 18, or are a secondary school teacher interested in finding out about the European Union and what it does for you, then this publication is for you. The exercises it contains can even be 'worked' online!
Do you want to play a puzzle about EU countries or EU languages? Or both? You can also print out a giant map of Europe to colour in!
This online quiz has been created for secondary school pupils to help them understand the basics about the EU. It can be played as part of a lesson or as homework. It works on computers, tablets and smartphones.
Two children take a trip around Europe, buying souvenirs for their Grandma on the way. Have fun with this dot-to-dot game by helping Grandma work out what they are!
The EU has 28 member countries. Each has a different history, geography and culture. Test your knowledge in a board game – play alone or challenge classmates.
Click on the European flags and see famous landmarks pop up……each one appears twice! Can you find the pairs?
Each of the 28 EU countries has its own flag. See if you can match the pairs by turning over the cards. Learn what the colours in each flag mean.
Pick up some basic facts about the EU: print out and fold the sheet to make this fun origami game that children love to play!
Help your pupils discover more about the countries of the European Union using this fun, interactive map. Take a trip to each country and find out what they like to eat in Czechia, which sport is the most popular in Slovakia, learn the names of some famous Dutch painters and much, much more!
Take this quiz and find out how much you know about the history of Europe. Fly the spaceship into the right answer, making sure to avoid the meteorites!