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Young learner topics: Drawing houses

Level: Elementary Type: General lesson plan, Worksheet Print material

A comprehensive lesson plan by Hans Mol to practise descriptive vocabulary. Children finish by describing and drawing their own house.

Target age: 8-10
Time needed: 30 minutes
Objective: To describe a house.
Vocabulary: roof, windows, doors, wall, chimney, pointed, flat, big, small, square, round
Materials: One copy of worksheets 1-4 for each child, coloured pens/pencils.

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Readers' comments (5)

  • Thank you to Hons Mol for your lesson plan.

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  • Awonderful ideas and lesson plans . Thanks a lot

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  • Hi mrobin,

    Thanks for your feedback. Glad you liked the resources. It is a bit paper intensive as you say, so why not try this lesson with groups of 4 students sharing photocopies to save paper?

    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • only blem is thats its 4 pages (2 if we do back to back) to be photocopied for 40 kids....and its an exercice which only takes a half hour...very paper intensive

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  • we can use this activity in garden level usin a photocopy whit some picture from a theme that we want to refoirestment and we also practice colours

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