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Go Goals!

Elementary, Middle

Description

The “Go-Goals!” SDG board game helps students understand the Sustainable Development Goals, how the global aims impact their lives and what they can do every day to help achieve the 17 Goals by 2030. Students are encouraged to develop their own set of questions and to discuss the ways in which they can implement the Sustainable Development Goals at home and at school. Designed to be fun and engaging, this game informs students while motivating them to actively pursue the Sustainable Development Goals.

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General Assessment

Recommendation of how and where to use it

Go Goals is an excellent resource to introduce younger students to the Sustainable Development Goals. The game touches a wide range of sustainability issues; such as end poverty and hunger, improve health and education, make cities more sustainable and combat climate change. The game can be used not only to teach and learn about the Sustainable Development Goals, it is also a perfect tool to encourage the young generation to shape their future. For 2-10 players per board game.

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Themes Addressed

  • Air, Atmosphere & Climate (1)

    • Climate Change
  • Citizenship (1)

    • Sustainable Consumption
  • Ecosystems (1)

    • Appreciating the Natural World
  • Energy (1)

    • Alternative Energy
  • Human Health & Environment (2)

    • Health Promotion
    • Hunger and Malnutrition
  • Human Rights (3)

    • Education
    • Gender Equality
    • Poverty
  • Land Use & Natural Resources (1)

    • Forests
  • Water (1)

    • Water Quality