This page will guide you through the Living Room Unit. Learn more about the unit structure, online activities and printable resources. There are also suggestions for using our resources in class.
The unit introduces kids to twelve English words connected with the theme Living Room and contains resources to learn, practise and revise new vocabulary in a fun way. The vocabulary words are presented before being practised. Then they reappear both in the activities to play online and in the worksheets to download and print. Use this guide to find out where everything is!
The unit guide is divided into three parts:
Unit components »
This part of the guide contains a general description of what is in the unit and where to find it.
Online activities »
Here you will find detailed information about our online games and activities (types of activities, purpose of particular activities, activity order).
Printable resources »
From flashcards to wordsearch puzzles. There are eight different games and worksheets that complete our online activities. Find out more.
We hope this guide can be useful in helping you to find and choose suitable material for you and your students.
The unit consists of three main parts: online resources, printable resources and support pages. Use the links below to find content you are looking for.
armchair, carpet, clock, curtains, fireplace, lamp, phone, picture, plant, sofa, table, TV set
There are six activities to learn and practise vocabulary words online:
There are four different word games plus four different worksheets that complete our online activities. Depending on your needs or preferences, you can browse these resources in three ways:
There are also some support pages to help you navigate and find what you need:
Our activities are designed to learn, practise and revise English vocabulary in a fun way.
There are six different word games to choose from. Each activity has its own page. On that page, you can also find a few tips on how to play the game, and download some corresponding worksheets.
You can work through the unit in any order you like. Also, it is for you to choose the activity you want to use. You may want to use all the activities or select the exercises that interest you.
You can choose from eight different types of activities for learning, practising, and revising English vocabulary presented in the Living Room Unit. However, you can use them separately in any way you want or need.
To easy access, we have grouped our printables into two categories, word games and worksheets. There are also tips on how to use our resources, plus classroom games ideas.
Our printables are in pdf format. To download them, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.