Green Missions

In this project, the pupils form international groups and compete with one another playing games in relation to Nature. The aim is to make them more sensitive to their immediate environment as well as our planet’s problems. The games make the procedure funnier and more enjoyable. Their final goal is to win the games as well as to build models of ‘g...

Healthy Lifestyle Mission

This mission is about our lifestyle and how healthy it is!



We create 2 notepads, one for Greennie and one for Muddler. On these notepads we add what the 2 heroes eat. We can also add (our own) photos to show what they eat or just write short texts. The pupils explain if this is healthy or not! This is a way to show our countries' dishes as well!

Greennie's eating habits!


Muddler's eating habits!



In the following padlet the pupils write what they have for breakfast together with photos of their dish (if they like). They also say if it is 'very healthy', 'healthy', 'rather unhealthy', 'very unhealthy'.  


We take a picture of our canteens/restaurants and upload it on thinglink. Then the other partners ask questions about what they see. It's a way to show our eating habits at school.

Welsh school canteen

Polish school canteen


Greek school canteen


Latvian school canteen





It is nice to have food on our table and we are grateful for that but we also know that hunger is one of the biggest problems of our world. So, we start playing a game called 'freerice' which offers 10 grains of rice for each right answer to a quiz. We play as groups. Each group clicks on its name.   

Go here and login with your group's username and password:

group username password
albatross greenmissionsalbatross albatross
alligators greenmissionsalligators alligators
bears greenmissionsbears bears
eagles greenmissionseagles eagles
monkeys greenmissionsmonkeys monkeys
nightingales greenmissionsnightingales nightingales
rhinos greenmissionsrhinos rhinos
sharks greenmissionssharks sharks
The results are the following:
Alligators: 29,070
Nightingales: 14,520
Sharks: 10,460
Eagles: 4,950
Rhinos: 4,620
Bears: 3,690
Monkeys: 1,600
Albatross: 1,020


So the winners are the:



Here are two Kahoot games:

The first is about food vocabulary! See how many food items you know! Report the results in the Forum!


The next is about your Lifestyle! Is it healthy? Report the results in the Forum!

Author: Rania Bekiri
Last editor: Natālija Karpenko