This lesson for primary-aged students focuses on introducing or reviewing language to describe classroom objects.

Students will learn the names for a series of common classroom objects (the teacher can decide on these, based on what there is in their particular classroom). They will also learn / review prepositions of place in order to be able to describe where things are in the classroom. There is a fun song to practise the language, as well as several ideas for follow up / revision or homework activities.


  • To review vocabulary related to classroom objects
  • To learn / review prepositions of place
  • To practise using the structure 'there is…'

Age group

CEFR level A1 

60+ minutes

The lesson plan can be downloaded in PDF format below. In addition, you will need:

  • Set of sticky labels with the names of classroom objects written on them (suggested items: pen, pencil, folder, desk, sellotape, board, clock, computer, projector, etc.)
  • Six or seven large speech bubbles with sentences such as 'It’s on the table.'
Jo Bertrand


Thanks a lot for your contribution! There are excellent ideas to use there!

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