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  • Typical German!? Clichés about Germans

    Germans constantly drink beer and eat sauerkraut with sausage - such German clichés persist. Even if it is possible to argue about their truthfulness, "typical" German characteristics can with a little ...

  • frag.jetzt: the digital question and feedback tool

    With frag.jetzt, a digital questioning tool, questionnaires can be designed to be interactive, exciting and structured. It was designed to encourage online lectures at universities to ask questions. Also in presence and ...

  • Dealing competently with digital news: the news test

    In the age of digital media, we are confronted with information of all kinds on various platforms every day. But how trustworthy are videos that are forwarded via WhatsApp or posts on Instagram? With the...

  • Open source toolbox for digital collaboration

    The open web tool box from the French collective "Chatons" brings together all the programs that could be needed for teaching. From video conferencing tools to link shorteners, everything is included here. And the best thing about our ...

  • Discover worlds of life with Dollar Street

    Imagine if people from all over the world lived together on the same street - and you could knock on every door and see how people live in different countries. With the help of Dollar Street you can ...

  • Creative writing in fold-out format

    With the help of the free website TeleskopicText.org you can quickly and easily create your own telescope texts. Our Find of the Week is a simply designed tool that you can use to discover language.

  • strange.garden: create collages together

    With strange.garden you can easily create collaborative photo collages. All participants can take part in the collage using their smartphones with a picture or a snippet of text. This is how quickly and easily ...

  • Mini walks around the world: the Outside Simulator

    Finally travel again? Our find of the week makes it possible. The outside simulator invites you to take video walks in various places around the world.

  • Start of school with "Knowledge Makes Ah!"

    In our find, the moderation team from "Wissen macht Ah!" with you on the journey into your school past. In addition, topics from and around the classroom are explained using videos, experiments and more.

  • digiPress: Rummage through newspapers from four centuries

    What was current in the past? With "digiPress" you can easily answer this question. In the newspaper portal of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek you can leaf through newspapers from four centuries. Have fun browsing...

  • SchriftRAUM: Explore the world of typography

    In the newspaper, on the mobile phone or on the blackboard - we encounter writing everywhere in everyday life. But how do you actually write in other cultures? And what does the handwriting say about your own personality? With our find ...

  • Geocaching: Go on a treasure hunt with GPS

    Connect nature and technology? This is no problem at all with geocaching! This modern type of scavenger hunt uses GPS-enabled devices to find "caches". With the smartphone and the appropriate geocaching app ...

  • Brain food: delicious recipes for mental fitness

    Our brain is constantly in action. So that our gray cells can work optimally, we should provide our body with the most important nutrients through proper nutrition. In our find of the week we show ...

  • YogaEasy: Be more balanced through yoga

    Stress and irritability - that's what lurks at school. In our find we show how you and your students can work against it through yoga. This can reduce the potential for aggression and ...

  • More movement in the classroom: games in class

    When students find it difficult to concentrate for a whole lesson after weeks of homeschooling, small games of movement and concentration work wonders. In our find we show you ...

  • Strange Holidays: What Are We Celebrating Today?

    Every day there is an occasion to celebrate. At least this is what the list of curious holidays suggests.

  • Tips from GEOlino: experiments for children

    Through exciting experiments, children can be introduced to the natural sciences in a playful way. We'll show you ideas and instructions for experiments that children can do at school or at home.

  • Reading promotion with Vampi Schlampi: "We read together!" - on a smartphone, tablet or PC

    In short readings, the children of the primary school are accompanied by reading "Vampi Schlampi in danger". The free videos can help you read the video on your smartphone, tablet or PC by adjusting the reading speed ...

  • Little hand oracle for young teachers: ten tips for survival

    The occasional author Dr. In his oracle, Christian Schwießelmann has packed his experiences as a young teacher into ten small, humorous and everyday practical tips. Whether you are a prospective teacher or have been in school for decades, ...

  • Explore the NAJUversum: explore nature from home

    There is always something to discover in nature. Our find of the week enables children to explore the environment from home and brings them the local flora and fauna or topics such as environmental awareness and ...

  • Corona crime thriller for children against boredom

    In this Corona thriller, which is free to download for children from the third grade onwards, four friends go on a real adventure in search of a rat while schools close around them and ...

  • Mastering school closings with digital educational offers

    Triggered by the nationwide school closings in Germany due to the Corona crisis, we are presenting a website with a growing collection of digital educational offers in our Find of the Week ...

  • Fit with clips for kids: exercise ideas for the home

    The City of Stuttgart's "Fit with Clips for Kids" project publishes new games of movement and skill every day, which can also be tried out at home without equipment. The fun exercise ideas incorporate more sport ...

  • 3D selfie from just one photo

    Face recognition is a huge issue. Be it in connection with camera surveillance or in the development of new smartphone cameras. Everyone knows all the technology needed to make face recognition possible. Brand new, however: software that consists of ...

  • A leaf on the wind: Minimalistic game of skill

    Autumn is just around the corner and with it the trees separate from their foliage. In our Find of the Week, leaves also fall across the screen. In the game of skill "A leaf on the wind" a falling leaf has to ...

  • HanisauLand comic series: understand politics in a playful way

    HanisauLand, the children's portal of the Federal Agency for Civic Education, offers a series of comics that playfully bring your students closer to politics. Over 300 episodes show the attempts of the residents ...

  • Water footprint: calculate your own water usage

    Do you know how much water you consume every day? No? The average in Germany is around 5000 liters per day. Find out how much water you need for food and household with this water footprint calculator ...

  • Beguiling flowers: flowery knowledge quiz

    The find of the week is dedicated to the awakening of spring: How well do you know your flower bed? Put your knowledge of botany to the test in this knowledge test and assign the flowers to the name of your plant. ...

  • Typatone: a web app that turns your lyrics into music

    This webapp turns letters and words into small melodies. No matter how profound your message is, this find gives your texts a very special touch. ;-)

  • Keep Calm: Motivation for Your Class

    Is your class tired and difficult to motivate? Use this find of the week to create an individual poster for your classroom. This is how motivating is fun!

  • Juicy chocolate cake for Valentine's Day

    This chocolate cake is the most tender temptation since there have been baked surprises. Not too sweet, not too dry, but one thing above all: super juicy. Not only your personal valentine will love the cake. ;-) ...

  • Self-test: How secure is your password?

    The most frequently used password on the Internet over the past year is "123456". Hard to believe, but true. How secure do you rate your own passwords for tablets, PCs, smartphones and internet services? And how safe are ...

  • Carnival at school: coloring pages for children

    When a mouse, princess or Indian suddenly sits in front of you instead of children in class, it's finally Carnival again! You can bring the hustle and bustle into class with great coloring pages.

  • Receipt with a story: comics made from shopping lists

    With the new Kassensicherungsverordnung, the obligation to issue receipts has also been in effect since January 1, 2020. There is much discussion about the sense and nonsense of this law. But before you throw the next receipt straight into the trash, ...

  • There is no app for real life

    There is now an app for almost everything. But only almost - luckily! Exactly these special life events, which are not available in the App Store, are shown in the photos of the "Not on App Store" campaign in our find of the ...

  • How well do you know languages? Take the test!

    What is the most widely spoken mother tongue in the EU and how many languages ​​are there actually in the world? This language quiz takes you on an idiomic journey of discovery! So: Pust 'nachnutsya igry! - would one in Russia ...

  • Letters to Santa Claus: strange wishes and serious questions

    Shortly before Christmas, many children are busy and write a wish list to Santa Claus. You can see in our find that these letters can also be very entertaining for adults.

  • Every year again: The best films for Christmas

    What would Christmas be without "Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella"? For many people, Christmas films are part of the relaxation program during Advent and around the holidays. In our find we show you an overview ...

  • Nice sounds: web tips for listening and relaxing

    Before things really start again, the holidays and vacations are over, we use the time to relax and present two websites that can help.

  • Relaxed Christmas days: Tips for quiet moments

    Decorating the house, getting presents or preparing the family celebration: Many things have to be done shortly before Christmas, so that there is little time for the Christmas spirit and contemplation. In our find show ...

  • Just before Christmas: do-it-yourself gift ideas

    Christmas is just around the corner and you are still missing the right present? How about something homemade this year? In our find we show you the 25 most beautiful craft ideas with which you can enjoy Christmas ...

  • Border: Animated film on the theme of "Peace"

    Once again we went looking for interesting things on the internet for you and we found what we were looking for: The animated film "Border" shows how absurd borders can be.

  • Europe Quiz: Discover Europe and the EU

    Which countries are where in Europe? And which countries belong to the European Union? With our find of the week you and your students can put their European knowledge to the test!

  • Poetry Slams: The Modern Form of Poetry

    An ancient language and authors who have long since died - it is often difficult to get young people excited about literature. Poetry slams make poetry accessible, because at these events ...

  • Eastereggs: programmed gadgets on the web

    Many families can hardly imagine Easter without an egg hunt. But how about a digital search for so-called "Easter Eggs" this year? The little surprises are hidden on websites, among other places ...

  • Raetseldino.de: Puzzle fun for young and old

    Experts recommend setting aside at least ten minutes twice a day for the gray cells in order to keep the brain fit. So get your pen and paper! In our find of the week we show you great ...

  • Animal sounds quiz: do you recognize animals by their voice?

    The cow does "moo" and the sheep bleats "muh" - every child knows that. But do you know what a panda sounds like? In our find of the week we show you an animal sound quiz in which you can prove your knowledge of animal sounds ...

  • Google Snake: Play classic games in your browser

    Do you remember the game "Snake", in which a snake snakes its way across the screen and gets longer and longer? Now play this classic in your browser too!

  • 10-finger system: finally learn to type faster

    Writing on a computer keyboard with all your fingers instead of the one or two-finger eagle search system requires methodology and, above all, a lot of practice. With this free online course specially designed for school classes ...

  • Amazing development: technology then and now

    A life without a cell phone, computer or television? It's hard to imagine today! With our find of the week we go to the origins of these technical devices and show you what amazing developments ...

  • Words that are often mispronounced in Germany

    German is a difficult language! But some words are a hurdle even for native speakers. In our Find of the Week, we show words that are often mispronounced.

  • Panorama photos at AirPano: A virtual journey around the world

    It seems like an eternity until the next vacation, but is she already feeling wanderlust? Then go on a virtual journey with our find of the week and explore the world with beautiful ...

  • New Years Resolutions: How Do I Keep Them?

    Do more sport, eat healthier food or quit smoking - many people start the year with good intentions. But most of them find it difficult to adhere to them. In our find of the week we show tips on how to ...

  • The most beautiful Christmas carols with notes