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Spaces and Places – Word Wall Vocabulary



30 spaces and places word wall vocabulary cards.

Print out these Spaces and Places Word Wall Vocabulary cards and cut them along the line. Stick them up around your room to immerse your students in the content specific vocabulary.

There is a blank sheet provided at the end for any extra words that your students may want to add.

Words include:
environment, natural, built, town, suburbs, building, tower block, housing estate, building site, factory, waste ground, industrial estate, rubbish tip, shopping centre, car park, petrol station, gas station, zebra crossing, cycle lane, taxi rank, traffic lights, one-way street, roundabout, bypass, underpass, urban environment, rural environment, suburban area, pollution, traffic jam.

This pack includes both built environment and a spaces and places title cards.

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Spaces and Places – Vocabulary

environment natural built
town suburbs building
tower block housing estate building site
factory waste ground industrial estate
rubbish tip shopping centre car park
petrol station gas station zebra crossing
cycle lane taxi rank traffic lights
one-way street roundabout bypass
underpass urban environment rural environment
suburban area pollution traffic jam
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Australian Curriculum alignment

Humanities and Social Sciences > HASS > Year 1 > Knowledge and Understanding > Geography > ACHASSK031
The natural, managed and constructed features of places, their location, how they change and how they can be cared forElaborationsusing observations of the local place to identify and describe natural...

Humanities and Social Sciences > HASS > Year 1 > Knowledge and Understanding > Geography > ACHASSK033
Activities in the local place and reasons for their locationElaborationsidentifying the activities located in their place (for example, retailing, medical, educational, police, religious, office, recr...


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