Creation of a digital learning game about biodiversity on land using the example of the wolf


We, class 5b of Ringelnatz Primary School, together with the Future Workshop, have created a video game in which you have to take on the role of a free-living wolf. Here you can play the game and learn how we developed it.

Together with class 5b of the Ringelnatz School, we produced a video game on SDG 15 "Biodiversity on Land" using the example of the wolf. It was a lot of fun and we could learn a lot of different things. With pupils* of the Restelica School in Kosovo we exchanged views on the topic and our realities, we got to know real wolves on an excursion to the Schorfheide Wildlife Park and then developed the game. Here you can test it by clicking on the picture:


Here you can watch a short documentary on how we made the game.

Klicke hier und teste Wolf live!

For German-speaking teachers and educators, the following is a guide to the educational use of the "Wolf live! game for download (we are currently working on the English version):


The project is funded by resources from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.

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