This two-part resource produced in cooperation with a UK teacher comprises a story book for pupils and an activity guide for teachers. These resources aim to introduce aspects of the European Union in a child-friendly way to upper junior school-aged children in the UK. They enable children to learn something about what the EU is, how it works and how it may be relevant to them, in a fun and stimulating way.
This toolkit targets students between 10 and 15 years old. It was created to help teachers to introduce and discuss cultural heritage in classrooms. The idea is to invite young people to celebrate, discover and experience Europe's rich and diverse cultural heritage in a fun way. 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 the Czech Republic, which sport is the most popular in Slovakia, learn the names of some famous Dutch painters and much, much more!
This booklet takes children on a tour of Europe, providing lighthearted insights into each country, including food, languages and famous people. Pictures introduce some of Europe’s most well-known and lesser known sights, including a statue of a mermaid in Copenhagen harbour and the rock where Greek goddess Aphrodite is said to have been born. The booklet comes with stickers of monuments and coins. This booklet was produced for readers in the United Kingdom.
More than anything, the goal of UNI! is for kids to have fun playing the game as they learn about the European Union. UNI! is about experiencing collective challenges while serving our regions. The game can also provide a base for explaining the principle of solidarity that the European Union is founded upon ̶ the principle found even in the Rome Treaty!
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.
As teachers, 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 publication offers fascinating facts about Europe’s bird migration, biodiversity, plus ideas for what children can do themselves to protect the natural environment. It also features a ‘story book’ built around children’s own observations which invites young readers to make their own contributions.
This intriguing board game for 2 to 6 players promotes the golden rules for a safe and proper use of the Internet. The paper version of Happy Onlife can be downloaded here. Just print it, cut the cards and play!