Identify the House Items
Posted by EALEE - 26 Feb. 2018 - Classroom Materials

This resource is for identifying pictures of items that you might find in a home. The worksheets are easily completed by inserting a number in the appropriate circle. This kind of ‘set up’ is particularly good for students who are in the initial stage of learning English, but it is also suitable for use with native English speakers. Pair work encourages student discussion and the opportunity to learn new vocabulary from each other.  ANSWERS are also provided in the same format.   

The rooms and items are

  BATHROOM comb, bath, toothpaste, toothbrush, tissues, toothbrush holder, basin, razor, towel, plunger, nail clippers, shower, soap, floss, toilet, mouthwash

   LIVING ROOM couch, picture, plant, clock, puzzle, lamp, fireplace, TV remote, curtains, fish tank, television, coffee table, books, window, rug, armchair  

  KITCHEN microwave, sink, table, jug, kettle, breakfast bar, bin, fridge freezer, dish washer, cupboards, pot, blender, chair, toaster, mixer, cooker  

  BEDROOM dressing table, lamp, pillow, bedside table, single bed, wardrobe, duvet, trousers, bunk beds, hanger, shoes, rug. T shirt, clock, chest of drawers, double bed  

  DINING ROOM vase, napkin, sideboard, knife, salt, bowl, fork, cup and saucer, plate, table, mug, pepper, spoon, dresser, wine glass, chair

   UTILITY ROOM washing machine, washing, bucket, ironing board, mop, clothes peg, washing basket, dustpan and brush, furniture polish, tumble dryer, floor brush, detergent, iron, folded clothes, stain remover, sink  

  STUDY punch, computer, filing cabinet, desk, shredder, calculator, stapler, laminating machine, paper clips, printer, paper, smart phone, laptop, desk organizer, chair, tape,   

NURSERY cot, changing mat, dummy, bouncy chair, playpen, bib, baby bottle, bath, rocking chair, baby monitor, rattle, mobile, high chair, moses basket, lamp, pram  

  PLAYROOM bookshelves, doll, teddy, felt tips, lego, rocking horse, dice, painting set, toy car, chalk, toy train, football, blackboard, Xbox, books, board game

   GARAGE hammer, foot pump, screws, chisel, toolbox, spirit level, nails, tyre, car, ladder, screwdriver, pliers, petrol can, vice, saw, spanner    SHED gloves, trowel, shears, dustbin, bicycle, fork, seedling, boots, rake, lawnmower, plant pot, watering can, hoe, spade, wheelbarrow, tricycle  

Beginner, Pre-intermediate,
Primary school (ages 5-10), Middle school (ages 11-14), High school (ages 15-18), Adult (18+),
Printable worksheet,

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