Buildings - Parts of a Home
Attics or lofts are often used for storing things like old toys and games.

Buildings - Parts of a Home

This quiz addresses part of the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 for children aged 5 and 6 in years 1 and 2 in Geography. Specifically it looks at the different parts of and rooms found in a home. It is one of 50 quizzes to help you understand the world around you.

In geography you find out about people and places. The most important place is where you live, your home. Not all homes are the same, but all homes have different rooms. Finding your way round the rooms in a house is very important. Do you know all the different parts of a house? This quiz is all about the rooms in Sam’s house.

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  1. Sam’s house has a building next to it. It is where the car is meant to go. But instead it is full of all kinds of things - lawnmower, boxes, tools, bikes. What is this building called?
    Does your home have a garage? Is the car parked in the garage? What is in the garage?
  2. This is where Sam sleeps.
    What is there in your bedroom?
  3. Sometimes Sam has a bath. But sometimes he washes himself all over when he is stood up. He does this in the:
    What do you like best, a bath or a shower?
  4. Sam and his family watch television together in this room. It has a sofa and two armchairs.
    Where do you watch television?
  5. Sam has some old toys. He does not play with them any longer. Sam’s Mum stores the toys at the top of the house. Sam’s Mum puts the toys into the _____.
    Sometimes the attic is called the loft
  6. Sam goes through the front door of his house. Inside there is a small room. It has doors to all the other rooms. What is it called?
    Sometimes the hall is called the hallway
  7. Sam’s Mum and Dad cook food in the _______.
    Some people eat in the kitchen. Some people eat in a dining room. Where do you eat your meals?
  8. This room has a bath, a sink and a toilet. What is the name of this room?
    What is there in your bathroom?
  9. Easy one!

    Sam lives in a house. It has an upstairs. What does Sam use to get upstairs?
    Does your home have stairs?
  10. Outside the front-door of Sam’s house is a very small room. Sam’s Dad says it keeps the wind and rain out. What is it called?
    Does your home have a porch?

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