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Bench A long seat for two or more people, usually made of wood
Shed A small simple building, usually built of wood or metal, used for keeping things in
Lawn mower
Drain To make something empty or dry by removing all the liquid from it; to become empty or dry in this way
Peg A short piece of wood, metal or plastic used for holding things together, hanging things on, marking a position, etc.
Fireworks A small device containing powder that burns or explodes and produces bright coloured lights and loud noises, used especially at celebrations
Spade A garden tool with a broad metal blade and a long handle, used for digging
Wheelbarrow A large open container with a wheel and two handles that you use outside to carry things
Mop A tool for washing floors that has a long handle with a bunch of thick strings or soft material at the end
Screw A thin pointed piece of metal like a nail with a raised spiral line (called a thread ) along it and a line or cross cut into its head.
Bucket An open container with a handle, used for carrying or holding liquids, sand, etc.
Flag A piece of cloth with a special coloured design on it that may be the symbol of a particular country or organization, or may have a particular meaning.
Broom A brush on the end of a long handle, used for sweeping floors
Clothes line A piece of thin rope or wire, attached to posts, that you hang clothes on to dry outside after you have washed them
Dustpan and brush
Gate A barrier like a door that is used to close an opening in a fence or a wall outside a building
Swing To move backwards or forwards or from side to side while hanging from a fixed point; to make something do this
Ladder A piece of equipment for climbing up and down a wall, the side of a building, etc
Screwdriver A tool with a narrow blade that is specially shaped at the end, used for turning screws
Drill A tool or machine with a pointed end for making holes
Slide To move easily over a smooth or wet surface; to make something move in this way
Fountain A structure from which water is sent up into the air by a pump, used to decorate parks and gardens/yards
Hammer A tool with a handle and a heavy metal head, used for breaking things or hitting nails
Nail Thin hard layer covering the outer tip of the fingers or toes
Chimney A structure through which smoke or steam is carried up away from a fire, etc. and through the roof of a building; the part of this that is above the roof
Fence A structure made of wood or wire supported with posts that is put between two areas of land as a boundary, or around a garden/yard, field, etc
Barbecue A metal frame for cooking food on over an open fire outdoors
Wall A long vertical solid structure, made of stone, brick or concrete, that surrounds, divides or protects an area of land
Saw A tool that has a long blade with sharp points (called teeth) along one of its edges. A saw is moved backwards and forwards by hand or driven by electricity and is used for cutting wood or metal.
Hammock A type of bed made from a net or from a piece of strong material, with ropes at each end that are used to hang it between two trees, posts, etc.
Tape measure A long narrow strip of plastic, cloth or flexible metal that has measurements marked on it and is used for measuring the length of something
Created by: Teacher_Rubio



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