Classroom Objects in English

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Classroom Objects in English
Classroom Objects in English

Today in this article we shall discuss with you on the English Topic Classroom Objects in English in detail. In the earlier post you have read about Is vs Are in detail.

Classroom Objects in English –

Classroom Vocabulary

Learn English names of classroom objects, items that you can find in a classroom. If you are spending time in an English speaking country and are often in a classroom environment, you will need to be able to give the correct English names of various classroom objects. You might also need to know this type of vocabulary even if you are not in an English speaking country, for example when talking to friends online about your school day.

In this section, you will be learning the English names of common classroom items and building your vocabulary in the process.Classroom objects are objects that help students during the learning process, such as pen, pencil, books, sharpener…

This lesson is useful for ESL learners and English students to improve their classroom and school vocabulary in English.

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List of Classroom Objects-

No.1. Desk

No.2. Chair

No.3. Book

No.4. Notebook

No.5. Pencil case

No.6. Backpack

No.7. Scissors

No.8. Compass

No.9. Pins

No.10. Clip

No.11. Pencil

No.12. Coloured pencil (U.K) / Colored pencils (U.S)

No.13. Pencil sharpener

No.14. Stapler

No.15. Calculator

No.16. Ballpoint

No.17. Highlighter

No.18. Rubber(U.K) / Eraser (U.S)

No.19. Scotch tape

No.20. Paint

No.21. Palette

No.22. Paint brush

No.23. Protractor

No.24. Set square

No.25. Ruler

No.26. Glue

No.27. Beaker

No.28. Flask

No.29. Test tube

No.30. Funnel

No.31. Binder

No.32. Computer

No.33. Paper

No.34. File holder

No.35. Map

No.36. Magnifying glass

No.37. Clock

No.38. Blackboard

No.39. Globe

 Classroom Objects with Examples-

No.1. Desk

Example- There are 20 desks in my class.

No.2. Chair

Example- You shouldn’t stand in your chair like this!

No.3. Book

Example- A good book is your best friend.

No.4. Notebook

Example- Sophie’s notebook is covered with stickers.

No.5. Pencil case

Example- My pencil case is big and mice. I like it.

No.6. Backpack

Example- The backpack is for Mary for her new school year.

No.7. Scissors

Example- Don’t use these scissors to cut paper or card.

No.8. Compass

Example- A compass needle always points north.

No.9. Pins

Example- The map had a lot of little pins stuck into it.

No.10. Clip

Example- She fastened the papers together with a paper clip.

No.11. Pencil

Example- There is a pencil in the box.

No.12. Coloured pencil (U.K) / Colored pencils (U.S)

Example- He was rolling a coloured/ colored pencil between his fingers.

No.13. Pencil sharpener

Example- Nobody else has a pencil sharpener.

No.14. Stapler

Example- She stapled the papers together with the stapler.

No.15. Calculator

Example- Students are not allowed to use a calculator in this exam.

No.16. Ballpoint

Example- We aren’t allowed to write in ballpoint at school.

No.17. Highlighter

Example- Use a highlighter to reinforce ideas you want to remember.

No.18. Rubber(U.K) – eraser (U.S)

Example- Trust is like a rubber/ an eraser. It gets smaller and smaller after every mistake.

No.19. Scotch tape

Example- A slip of paper was attached with scotch tape.

No.20. Paint

Example- Apply the paint with a fine brush.

Classroom Objects in English –

No.21. Palette

Example- Life is a palette, you put colors on it. Let your past make you better, not bitter.

No.22. Paint brush

Example– Additionally, paint brushes can be cleaned in water.

No.23. Protractor

Example– This compass serves as a protractor.

No.24. Set square

Example- A simple method of estimating refractive index of glass prism using only a pencil and a set square is presented.

No.25. Ruler

Example- This ruler has one scale in centimeters and another in inches.

No.26. Glue

Example- Apply the glue evenly over both surfaces.

No.27. Beaker

Example- Transfer the contents to a beaker, make up the volume to around 300 ml.

No.28. Flask

Example-Our teacher used a big flask in the experiment.

No.29. Test tube

Example– Please rub the surface of the test tube dry before doing the experiment.

No.30. Funnel

Example- I need a funnel to pour petrol into the tank.

No.31. Binder

Example- Keep all your printouts in a folder or a binder and start putting together your own guide book and itinerary.

No.32. Computer-

Example- Can I connect my printer to your computer?

No.33. Paper-

Example- Please write in pen on both sides of the paper.

No.34. File holder-

Example- Please put these documents in a file holder.

No.35. Map-

Example- The map had a lot of little pins stuck into it.

No.36. Magnifying glass-

Example- He uses a magnifying glass to read tiny print.

No.37. Clock-

Example- The clock has just struck twelve.

No.38. Blackboard-

Example- The teacher told us to look at the blackboard.

No.39. Globe-

Example– We use a globe in our geography class.