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Total Dictation for children to be conducted in Tallinn


07.04.2017

pixabay.com Tondiraba Ice Hall in Tallinn is one of the grounds for Total Dictation. It will simultaneously host so-called Bricks-dictation for small children, where Lego blocks will be used instead of letters and words, Batlnews informs.

The organizers decided that while adults would be busy with the dictation, their children would “write” a Bricks-dictation using Lego blocks instead of letters.

Bricks-dictation is an author project by Natalia Ivanischeva. It was designed with the purpose of raising literacy level among children. The exercise is to develop their memory, attention and spatial intelligence.

Bricks-dictation will be conducted in different age groups of children from five to eight years old. The size of each group is 24 people. Each session will last for fifteen minutes.

As per Russkiy Mir Foundation, Total Dictation event will be held on April 8 on almost three thousand grounds all over the world.

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