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AT SCHOOL
 

Look at the picture above and complete the sentences. Follow the example:
 
Where is the clock?  It's on the pink desk.
 
1. Where is the vase of flowers?   It's  the cupboard.
2. Where is the TV?   It's  the board.
3. Where is the backpack?   It's  the chair.
4. Where are the notebooks?   They're  the teacher's desk.
5. Where is the lunch box?   It's  the book,  the shelf.
6. Where is the white desk?    It's  the green desk.
7. Where are the colored pencils?   They're  the pencil case.
8. Where is the cupboard?  It's  the yellow desk.
 
 
Find 6 school objects in the wordsearch:                                                          
 

 

 
 
Unscramble the words, write them on the boxes and match the numbers to the pictures. 
 
1. yphgroega                                                      
 
2. amtiemhatcs   
 
3. tra
 
4. yrhitso
 
5. snceiec
                                                               
 
 
            
                                                                                                                 
 
 
 
 

 

       


 

 

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