UZHGOROD PUPILS WROTE A FAIRY TALES BOOK IN SLOVAK

13/05/2014

A fairy tales book in Slovak written by second-graders was presented in Uzhgorod. The book was illustrated by a teacher of the Slovak speaking school.

The money for the book publishing was raised by pupils' parents and Ukrainian and Slovak consuls.

Yan Pokhanich, elementary school teacher, comments an idea with a book, 'Children write fairy tales to improve their vocabulary. Creating a fairy tale kids think and dream thus developing their minds. Retelling helps them to train their language skills'.

'Kids are busy and busy with positive things. They neither spend so much time with computer, nor play games, they create something useful, shares his opinion one of the parents.

The second part of the book to be published in 2015.


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