What games will you find in our web?
- Complete the sentence
- Paint and colour
- Interactive pictures
- Letter sorting
- Alphabet wheel
- Word search
- The Tico game
- Spot the seven difference
What ages are they aimed at?
All the games we have created are a fantastic tool for teachers in any educational field (formal and non-formal education), and are specially designed for children from Preschool to Primary Education.
What do you work on in the games?
In each of the games, we have added a dropdown list in which you can easily find the didactic and pedagogical information of each of the activities created, and the recommended age for each game.
We believe that the activities and games we have created can be the perfect complement to the usual classroom work when talking about Fair Trade, Sustainability, Sustainable Development, as well as the social and environmental values that are implicit in the Fair Trade concept.
They are also perfect for working on the following UN Sustainable Development Goals:
1.- End of poverty
8.- Decent work and economic growth
10.- Reducing inequalities
12.– Responsible production and consumption
13.- Climate Action
16.- Peace, justice and solid institutions
All these Sustainable Development Objectives can be worked from Fair Trade, since this broad concept includes other more specific contents, which are worked with in a transversal way:
Payment of a fair and equitable price for the products produced, fight against poverty as a result of the payment of a fair price, creation of decent jobs which help to reduce economic and social inequalities.
In addition, the aim of Fair Trade is to ensure a controlled and sustainable production and Responsible Consumption, which in turn results in climate action, since by controlling production and carrying out Responsible Consumption, we reduce emissions and control the exploitation of natural resources.
Why is it so important to work on these concepts and contents in our classroom?
We believe that, as professionals who are educating the future society, it is essential that they begin to use and standardize concepts such as Fair Trade. Furthermore, we will be offering more responsible and aware consumption alternatives that contrast with the current consumption model, paying more attention to the quality, origin and working conditions involved in the production of any product.
On the other hand, it gives value and importance to sustainable production and we believe that this is one of the main pillars for the society of the future, to take care of our planet, and to create a fairer world.
It is important to raise awareness among our students so that they know and understand Fair Trade as a way to make better consumption decisions that are more responsible and respectful.
Working Fair Trade in the classroom gives the opportunity to develop our students’ critical thinking, as it allows us to analyze the consumption model, the alternatives, as well as being aware of the footprint we leave on the planet, and what actions we can take to minimize it.
Games are a perfect playful resource to offer this valuable learning to our students, and can be adapted to the age and characteristics of a particular group, as we have designed 18 activities that can be perfectly adapted to any group and age.
In our website you will find a document that is very useful to review the main concepts that are involved in each of the Fair Trade games that we have created, as well as the main ideas and contents on which Fair Trade is based.
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