It is good to be able to talk about where you live and this section can help you decide what you would like to include in your ESL lesson about this topic. With
271 worksheets on this topic alone
, you are sure to find something your students will enjoy or at least some inspiration.
This house worksheet
allows students to practice two main things: prepositions of place and there is/are. This should be a short exercise to give students some practice working with the material on their own. Check the answers as a class and review points that students struggled with before moving on to more practice or production exercises. If you do decide to create a worksheet of your own after all, take a moment to upload it so that other teachers can learn from you.
After teaching basic house related vocabulary, this topic can come up throughout an ESL course. Talking about the arrangement of furniture and other items in a room is perfect for practicing prepositions of place while talking about living in the countryside and the city makes for an excellent comparison lesson. Students can practice giving opinions on whether a house or an apartment is better too. Regardless of how you incorporate this into your course, students should learn some common house related vocabulary words early on.
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njumble the words activity based on the topic home. It is suitable for elementary-pre-intermediate level. It was designed as a group activity for large classes. It can also used as the basis for a ...
This worksheet was originally created to be used with teenagers, but after some slight modifications it will work with adults as well. Students watch one of the episodes of International House Hun ...
I use this house template to practice furniture vocabulary. Students design their dream home by cutting pictures of furniture they'd like in their house out of catalogues e.g. Argos. They then sti ...
This power-point presentation is appropriate for young learners. It's suitable for reviewing school objects, family, shapes and rooms. In this game you will play a song, ask students to pass the b ...
This worksheet is really helpful for reviewing house and clothing items and shapes related vocabulary items. It's also appropriate for the present continuous practice. It's suitable for elementary ...
This is a ppt to describe a kitchen. It contains some vocabulary items about the kitchen including cupboard, dishwasher, etc and of course some verbs about the kitchen like do the shopping, empty ...
Margarita Sindu Utomo
I teach vocational school students who have to learn different things in the kitchen. This PowerPoint might help other students to learn about kitchen vocabulary. After showing the slides, the stu ...
I have designed this worksheet for reviewing some vocabulary items related to offices and houses including a fax machine, a coffee maker, a dishwasher, an oven, etc. Hope it helps!
A simple and foldable worksheet to use for new vocabulary and beginning sentence structures. Students can read it and write the meaning in their own language. This can be used for a side-by-side ...
This is a worksheet for teaching or revising bedroom related vocabulary. Suitable for elementary students who are asked to read the words given. You are able to practise vocabulary with your stude ...
This worksheet is based on the cartoon "Humf" and was made to practise listening and revise grammar (there is/there are; This/These - that/those, prepositions of place) and vocabulary (house & ...
It's a warming up board game to revise lexical theme "House and furniture". Attention: the picture is of A3 size! Rules: 1) Roll the dice and move forward that number of spaces. 2) Answe ...
This card game (for 3 or 4 players) can be used for revising furniture related vocabulary. The object of the game is to collect complete families ( bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen, dining ...
This board game can be used for revising furniture related vocabulary. The students have to roll dice and name the item on the square where they land. Or they make sentences like: “The a ...
Beatrix Xenia Szabo
In this worksheet you can find pictures matched with the correct words that are often confused by students. The content is based on the student book of American English File 3B. The included ...
Print out different bingo cards for each child plus a call sheet. Cut out the call sheet and put the squares into a hat or bowl. Hand out one bingo card to each child (each card should be dif ...
This worksheet is for beginners (mostly children) who have started to learn the topic "My House and Furniture". Here you can find active vocabulary, useful phrases, some questions on this topic. A ...
In this worksheet students can practice the house vocabulary. In the first part of the worksheet they have to label house parts. The second and third ones deal with writing words in English and S ...
This worksheet is suitable to practise house vocabulary in different ways and have fun. My senior students like it very much.
Beg Elem Pre-Int
A PowerPoint presentation aimed at learning and revising types of houses typical for English-speaking countries, it includes short descriptions of these types of housing. There are also slides wit ...
This is a presentation about furniture vocabulary with pictures and names. It is a good way to introduce furniture and parts of the house for all student levels. It includes kitchen, bedroom, bath ...
The famous Einstein's Riddle organised in a worksheet, with the reasoning to follow for the teacher. Great for those days when teens don't want to work. It can be used in all sorts of levels, sinc ...
Elem Pre-Int Int Adv
This is a worksheet to practice there is/there are with house vocabulary.
The aim of this worksheet is to encourage learners to use their knowledge of adjectives and to learn new adjectives. They are asked to choose from a selection of adjectives to describe the picture ...
Int Adv Exam
In this Power Point you'll find pictures of houses and labels - use it as an introduction or revision. Recommended for intermediate and up students. Enjoy it.
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