Welcome to the Shaun the Sheep game, to help teach us about how to create a cleaner, healthier, more ‘sustainable’ future for our cities and the planet! It's translated into all EU languages.
In the game, you must help build a new eco-friendly city for the stray animals of the Big City, making sure to keep them all happy by monitoring resources, food, energy, transport and nature issues.
Have a go at building your own city over ten days whilst the farmer is away! And, if you think you are green enough, come and have a go at Shaun’s missions! Try to solve a problem by guiding Shaun and his flock and save your city.
This game, designed by the Sustainable Learning team in the UK and created by Aardman, is free to play and challenges young people to build their own sustainable city by balancing five themes: food, nature, energy, transport and resources, whilst inspiring children to think about green issues.
The game has now been translated into all EU languages and developed in 28 Member State versions by the European Commission as part of their promotion of more environmentally sustainable cities and their European Green Capital Award.
Sustainable Learning has also developed a number of teaching resources around this game to 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 a class can start playing their game in school, save where they have got up to, and then pick it up at home on any device.