Illustration: Tobias Schrank © Goethe-Institut
Corona Quarantäne Kinder und Jugendliche
Bored at home? Check out our fun and interesting free online offers which you can easily discover from the comfort of your own couch. Play, listen, read, test your knowledge – happy exploring!
Children from 8 to 12 years old can study at three different faculties of our children's university: Man, Nature and Technology. After free registration, they can use the interactive learning platform and learn German at the same time.
Fairytales from around the world
Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella and the Frog Prince? There are still so many stories to be discover! Here you can find fairy tales from all over the world for children and fans of all ages: dive into them for yourself or have them read aloud to you.
Young people between the age of 12 and 14 can attend exciting lectures at the digital junior university: Topics include robotics, space, technologies, natural sciences, energy and sustainability. After registering free of charge, they can expand their knowledge and learn German on the side.
Cherrypicker for Young Adults
Our blog Rosinenpicker regularly discusses current books from Germany. In this special edition we have compiled a selection of books and radio plays for teenagers from twelve years of age and older.
Modular, interdisciplinary and open: our DIY-kit is aimed at a target group aged twelve to eighteen and conveys relevant aspects of the Bauhaus and its ideas in a practical and personal way.
Erfinderland Deutschland - Medizin
Why do some people get sick? What are X-rays and how do vaccinations work? Here young people interested in science will find short informative texts on medical inventions.
Goethe-Institut on Spotify
Electronic music, German pop or podcasts? From classical music to kraut rock – from feminism to football: On our Spotify channel you can find a large selection of playlists. Music lovers of all ages will find the right music for every mood and interesting information about the German music scene.
German for Young Adults
Information, links and videos in German on topics that concern young adults. Here you will find Goethe-Institut projects for young adults as well as information on research, study results and institutions that deal with young adults.
German for Children
How do children best learn German? Here you can find a large selection of different web projects, lesson plans, games and more teaching and studying material for German teachers and pupils at primary leve alike.