Year 7 Hungarian students accepted the #tetrischallenge. The viral #tetrischallenge is an organised version of flat-lay photography where people show all the accessories of their job or hobby. It started with emergency first responders, but now people from all over the world create Tetris-like layouts to show the objects that are important for their jobs or lives. Our students used this game to picture four ballads that they recently learnt about in Hungarian Literature. They showcased the characters and the most important objects that appear in the stories. Visualisation of literary pieces can enhance understanding and bring the stories closer to the reader. Students made thorough preparations and had a lot of fun while carrying out their projects. Can you guess the titles based on the photos?