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.
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!
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!
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!
This colourful picture book comes complete with a set of stickers showing different agricultural produce. 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.
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!
This colouring book invites children to discover and memorise the flags of the EU Member States.
This is a colouring book depicting life on a farm. It includes friendly pictures of farmers working the fields, cows grazing and products such as milk and eggs.
This brochure offers a fresh perspective on the connection between different life forms, through poetry, prose and illustrations from all EU countries.
This storybook covers 50 years of farming, through the difficult early years to better times, with the EU providing incentives and a financial safety net.
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.