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.
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.
Explore, collate and create your own sea map.
Learn more about Europe's seas and coasts, their environment, related human activities and European policies
The “Farmed in the EU” school project has been designed to raise awareness of the aquaculture sector among Europe’s teenagers. The project will bring students closer to fish farming and find out how it affects their local community.
The pack is a collection of ready-to-use teaching and learning resources which aims to raise awareness among Europeans aged 11-15 of the importance of food and farming for Europe. Through a selection of diverse and complementary tools and activities, teachers can help students explore three relevant themes: food, the environment and the countryside.
Every year, millions of tonnes of food are thrown away in the EU. You can do something about it - stop food waste!
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 fun and engaging game is free to play and challenges students to build their own sustainable city by balancing five themes: food, nature, energy, transport and resources, whilst inspiring them to think about green issues. It is designed to show students how they can create a cleaner, healthier and more ‘sustainable’ future for our cities and the planet – all with the help of Shaun the Sheep. It can be played on smartphones and tablets in 28 versions: one for each EU country, and in any of the EU's 24 languages.
You will find a number of teaching resources (linked below) associated with this game that will help you learn how to play Sustainable Shaun with your class. Available in English, these resources include lesson plans, picture cards, specific problems to solve and more. There is even a log in system so your class can start playing the game in school, save where they have got up to, and then pick it up at home on any device.
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.