Attention, please! DO NOT peek here before you have completed the activities!
Answers to the task on the Varbola stronghold: Varbola KEY.
Answers to the task on glass beads: Glass beads KEY.
Answers to the tasks on the story of Tallinn: Tallinn KEY.
Answers to the task on the Estonian bread: Estonian bread KEY.
“Varbola stronghold” is an activity designed by Liia. It tells us the story of the stronghold that used to be the biggest of its kind in Estonia and, according to some sources, in the whole Northern Europe. Varbola is just a stone’s throw away from Rapla, the location of our language school!
After you read Liia’s captivating account of the Varbola stronghold and look at the colourful pictures she shares with us, Liia tests your knowledge with some questions.
And once you are done, please let us know how you liked this activity by filling out this form.
“Glass beads and wood-heated glass bead furnaces at Kunilepa” is an activity designed by Kairi. Kairi, who herself is a glass artist, tells us a lot of interesting facts about the history of glass ornaments and about the exciting activities connected with art that are done at her home, a farmstead called Kunilepa.
After enjoying Kairi’s detailed presentation, you are welcome to solve the crossword given at the end of it. The crossword can also be found separately here: Glass beads crossword.
When you have finished doing the task, please let us know how you liked this activity by filling out this form.
“The story of Tallinn” is an activity designed by Ando. He invites you to watch an interesting video on the history of Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia, on YouTube, told by a legendary old man.
Story of Tallinn
After watching the video, you can do two tasks composed by Ando that test your attentiveness and language skills.
In the end, please give us feedback on how you liked this activity by filling out this form.
“How to make Estonian traditional black bread” is an activity designed by Eha-Mai. In her presentation, Eha-Mai, who is herself known for baking delicious bread, shows you, step by step, how you can make rye bread the Estonian way, just like it was done in the old days and is done in many modern Estonian homes.
The presentation is accompanied by a word search task:
Estonian bread word search
Finally, please tell us how you liked this activity by filling out this form.