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He kept his BALANCE despite standing on one leg.

Nouns 19 (Age 5) - Including direction and goal

What do ‘balance’, ‘trouble’ and ‘surface’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘the general line of movement’? This quiz has the answers.

In Year 1 and learning new words? This enjoyable and quick vocabulary quiz was written to help you in your first year of school.

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In each question you will be shown four words. All you have to do is choose which one matches the meaning given.
1.
Packaging usually made of cardboard
IMPORTANCE
SCIENCE
CAREER
BOX
There's a big box under the Christmas tree for you.
2.
The top layer
CONTEXT
SURFACE
POSSIBILITY
REQUIREMENT
The surface of the lake shimmered in the sunshine.
3.
The way you think about something
MEANING
ROCK
ATTITUDE
FILE
My cousin changed his attitude once he learned the truth.
4.
A show or something that looks good
DISPLAY
CHALLENGE
WEIGHT
PROGRESS
Are we going to the air display next month?
5.
The form of something
MOUTH
STAR
SHAPE
STATUS
A football is a round shape.
6.
Stability and steadiness
EDGE
OCCASION
CARD
BALANCE
He kept his balance despite standing on one leg.
7.
A purpose or aim
AID
GOAL
LIFT
INTERVIEW
My goal in life is to be happy.
8.
Problems or bother
CULTURE
TROUBLE
SOLUTION
OPINION
It was so windy, Phil had trouble hanging the washing out.
9.
A picture
IMAGE
STONE
HOLIDAY
FOCUS
The image she had imagined of the new teacher was remarkably similar.
10.
The general line of movement
CONFERENCE
SPEED
DIRECTION
SCALE
We realised we were going in the wrong direction to the beach.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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