Early learning at home is essential to children development, and one of the topics that can be taught effortlessly at this stage is the parts of a building.From the day they kids are born they start to get to know and relate to the place where they live, whether it's a house, an apartment or other type of structure. The first step is to learn important facts about their houses, such as: the bathroom is were people take baths or brush their teeth, the bedroom is were people sleep, and the kitchen is made to cook the delicious food they eat.;
As the little ones grow older, it becomes more important to know about the different parts of the house.Learning about the rooms of a house and parts of a building, helps widen children's vocabulary and makes them more aware of their surroundings. This topic is also fun to learn because it's a real life situation that can be practiced in a natural way while they'll learn a bit more about their towns, their family, the daily routine and also the daily chores around the house
Even though not all places are the same, whether kids live in a big houseor a small apartment, it's useful to teach them the most common rooms and parts of a house,which are the ones that they'll probably find wherever they go.
Here you'll find vocabulary about the parts of a house and vocabulary about buildingsyou'll also find some games and activities to practice this topic with your little ones.
Not all houses have the same amount of rooms, some may have big gardens, others may have a play room and a study room, and others can have a garden and a patio. Let's check out some of the most common parts of the house.
There are many different houses around the world, from small ones with just one floor, to the biggest mansions or cozy cottages. Let's take a look at the types of houses there are and also to different parts they mostly have in common.
hall / hallway
The bedroom is one of the most important rooms of a house. It's were people sleep and recharge the batteries to live every day to the fullest. Let's see what we can find inside the bedroom.
The living room is where all the family gathers during special events such as birthdays and holidays.
Food is a big part of everyone's life, without it we wouldn't be able to live! So the kitchen is a very important place of the house. Let's see some of the objects we can find in it. Also, remember to keep learning about this topic by reading about Cooking Verbs .
kitchen / stove
Some may have showers, while others have bathtubs. Let's check out some of the common items that can be found on bathrooms.
The baby's room is a very important place for the little ones! After all it's were they'll grow up. Let's check out what objects we can find in the nursery room
We eat dinner here, and also breakfast and lunch! Let's check out objects that can be found inside this room.
Getting to know about buildings is really helpful for the little ones!
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Printable activities are a great option to practice a subject, have fun and be creative at the same time. Here you'll find some useful worksheets to learn opposites through pictures, writing, songs and activities for your little ones.
In this audio book, you will see quilts. Each quilt has lots of shapes. What shapes do you think you will see?