Links to Classroom Materials is an international network for evolution education innovation for students aged 3-12. We are just now in the process working to develop our own original teaching materials across projects in our diverse membership.

In the mean time – we offer you links to the increasingly multi-lingual collection of classroom materials from our friends at, an independent project of University of Gießen in Germany sharing our aim of teaching evolution early in education!

Previously only available in German, the curriculum resources are now available in English, French, and Dutch, and can be translated into any official EU language upon request!

Use the direct downloand links at the bottom of this page, or go to the Scientix Project Page ( and request the free EvoKids teaching resources in your preferred language!

The Global Library

An Online Database of Children's Books and Videos for Understanding Evolution

Embedded below, our book library allows you to find all of the books in our catalog. Use the Filter, Sort, and Search options in the top bar to search by language, author, year, concepts, and more!

We also encourage you to check out our video collection!

Soon we will offer the ability for you to submit your own entries! This is an on-going effort to catalog the international diversity of communicating evolution to primary and middle school students, so check back often to see what is being added!

*Important note: inclusion in the EvoKids Global Library database is not an endorsement or verification of the educational value of any given book. Critically, some of the included titles contain messaging that could be confusing or construed as scientifically inadequate explanations for young students. We are actively involved in coding, evaluating, and synthesizing expert opinions on the relative educational value of these books.

Translated copies of the lessons

Below you can find the direct links to the translated copies of the original lessons.

These are a starting point for more international collaboration in teaching evolution to students of all ages. The global is working to connect and curate innovative teaching materials expand on this kind of international collaboration. In this context, you will notice the resources linked below are translated into other languages, but the content is not adapted. That is, you may still find references to the German education system, and some text within artwork (e.g. the cover) is still in German.

Use the links below get explore the resources in your language, and let us know what you think.

Translation services provided by, the community for science education in europe.