A chair with a back and arms.
A floor covering.
Shows current time.
Where a fire can be built.
Used to talk with people who are far away.
A drawing, a painting or a photograph.
Grows in a plant-pot.
A seat for more than one person.
With a flat top and one or more legs.
Receives pictures and sounds.
If your students enjoy our quiz, you could expand it (or give your students extra practice) by playing related classroom word games. Here are some ideas to inspire you. These activities can be used in any topic!
Write rhyming riddles for as many of your words as you can. For example, It is sweet, and rhymes with hair. See if someone can figure out your riddles!
Create your own quiz. Include a question for each word. Your questions maybe true or false, multiple choice or matching.
Think of words and their meaning, then create your own crossword puzzle. Write a definition for each word. You can add picture clues, too!