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Teaching kit on the European Union to increase awareness among pupils aged 10 and over.
The kit includes:
- A welcome note and a teacher’s guide
- Three complementary brochures: Europe, building together!; Europe, organising together!; Europe, living together!
- A map of the European Union
Full of interesting facts and colourful illustrations, this booklet gives a lively overview of Europe and explains briefly what the EU is and how it works.
There is also an accompanying online game
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!
This storybook is about a little girl, Anna, who is starting school in a new country and learning the local language through immersion. The audiobook and e-book versions are available in the 24 EU official languages. While the target audience is 3-6 year olds, this storybook could also be useful for older children learning to read, whether in their first EU language or in another one.
Discover how Europe supports films, TV series, video games, training programmes, cinemas and much more.
Four European students describe their experiences in Tortona, Italy, while on 'Youth Exchanges', an Erasmus+ programme.
The European Solidarity Corps creates opportunities for young people to volunteer or work in projects in their own country or abroad.