A fun educational game: “Europe Matters – A Question of Values”
Teach your pupils Europe’s shared values: freedom of expression, a fair justice system, gender equality, abolition of the death penalty, free elections, diversity/non-discrimination.
Have fun taking up challenges as a team and holding discussions, while testing your knowledge on democracy and human rights.
Click on the button below to play the online game “Europe Matters, A Question of Values”. Why not give it a try – it’s free and available straight away.
All you need is a recent Internet browser (Chrome, Firefox 40 and above, IE11/Edge, Safari…) and an ADSL connection with at least 512 Kbit/s. No set-up necessary, play directly from a full screen pop-up window.
The game is available in many languages; you can go from one language to the other from the start-up screen via the Settings icon. Don’t hesitate to use a video projector so the whole class can play easily. Enjoy the game!
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Who is the game intended for?
This booklet contains a "goose game" for pupils at the end of primary school and the beginning of secondary school (8-12 year olds) and pages with instructions on how to prepare to play this game of discovery, as well as supplementary information. It enables a class to engage in a shared recreational activity, while at the same time reflecting on the key values that enable people to live together in society.
Although the game can also be adapted to small groups of two or more players, it has mainly been designed for school classes, under the guidance of a teacher.
Content of the booklet
The paper booklet contains:
- 1 game board (A1 format)
- 48 cards to be cut out
- 6 play pieces
- 1 dice to be made up
- 1 certificate to be photocopied
- educational advice
The back of the game board sets out the European values. Once the game has been completed, the board can be used as a decorative poster or educational aid.
How to play?
This short video sets out the different stages of the game and illustrates how to introduce the themes to a group of children.