In preparation for International Day, A also made a poster. We brainstormed ideas about what he wants on the poster and than found pictures online to print.
A came up with the idea of having a flip-the-flap bit with some Hungarian inventions
Interestingly there was a bit of confusion about the Biro pens at school. A girl claimed that they came from her country. I googled it, and found that Laszló Biró presented his first ball-point pen invention in Hungary at the Budapest International Fair in 1931, patented it in 1938. Later, he moved out of the country due to anti-Jewish laws first to France later to Argentina where he modified it and set up a company that manufactured it. He also invented a lot of other things, many of them in Argentina.
(more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C3%A1szl%C3%B3_B%C3%ADr%C3%B3)