Rooms of a house

Teaches the rooms of a house using engaging activities, including a treasure hunt and a speaking activity.

This does require some preparation. You will need to print (in colour if possible) the treasure hunt sheet, cut these out and stick them around your room with blue-tack (but you can use them again and again!). If you want to speed things up in the classroom, do two copies. You will also need to print a copy of the worksheet for the second activity, but there are two to a page and you can ask pupils to share this if you want to save paper.

A perfect follow up to this lesson is my Dream House worksheet, which can take up between half a lesson and a whole lesson with an entirely pupil-led activity. Check it out here.

Please feel free to use the graphics in this presentation in your own lessons, but please don’t include graphics that I have made in lessons of your own. Some of the pictures are a free for commercial use however (check the attributions in the comments).

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Created: Jul 2, 2019

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