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Houses and Homes
Contents Click the textboxes to jump to the section you require Different homes Building Materials Label the House Different windows and doors Types of Houses
There are all sorts of different houses and homes that we can live in. What does your home look like?
Some people live in unusual homes. This house has walls made of glass and wood. This is a log cabin.
This house is an unusual shape.
Here are three more unusual homes from around the world.
This house in China is built inside a hill.
Some people dont live in a house. They live in a different sort of home. What is your house like?
Types of houses. This house does not have any other houses touching it. It is called a detached house.
Here are two houses that are joined together. They are called semi-detached houses. Photo ©www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk
Lots of houses joined together are called terraced houses. Photo ©www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk
This house has no upstairs. It is called a bungalow.
These two houses are usually found in the countryside. One of them has a thatched roof They are called cottages.
Sometimes lots of families can live in one big building! Sometimes they can be very high up! These are called flats.
bungalow terrace detached semi-detached flats cottage Click the pictures to see the labels appear.
Building Materials Lets look at some of the materials we can use to build a house.
The Roof. Look at all the different materials that can be used to make a roof.
The Walls Most houses in Britain are built using bricks……
…and there are lots of different colours types.
Parts of a house. chimney roof window wall door We have seen some of the building materials. Lets have a look at the windows and doors. Click the arrows to label the house
Doors. What sort of front door does your house have? Can you see it here? What colour is your front door?
Windows. Windows come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Lets have a closer look at some windows.
As you can see there are lots of different types of houses and homes. I hope you have enjoyed looking at them.
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