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.
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Challenge your friends to a game about biodiversity. You will learn some interesting things about nature and how to protect it along the way. Why not paint some pebbles different colours and use them for counters or maybe you have even better ideas. Let your imagination go wild.
Space for Kids! ESA Kids features space news, information, cartoons and downloads for children aged 6-12.
This leaflet in the shape of a euro coin is intended for primary school pupils. Children will learn basic facts about the EU currency and where it is used. They will also discover various euro coin designs, be able to play a maths game and answer questions in a short quiz. This leaflet can be used as a teaching aid for maths or civic education.
Did you know that the European Union is made up of 27 countries and has a population of about 447 million? Come and discover these 27 countries, colour in their flags and guess the names of their capitals from the letters that have been jumbled up. You'll see what fun it is!
Many reasons can bring individuals and groups into confrontation with each other. At the same time, there are things we cannot achieve without others. This theme explores dynamics of war and peace through patterns of interaction such as winners and losers, pacifists and warmongers. It highlights how Europe today is largely the result of both a history of war, occupation and destruction, and a history of solidarity, negotiation, and reconciliation.
How do you explain Europe to young kids? This educational colouring book could be a start. Colour the flags of the EU countries (with models), write down their names and place them on the map of Europe. Both for home and school. Available in 23 languages.
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.