An arch is a curved opening.
You can put your money in a bank for safe keeping.
This fireplace is made out of bricks.
A building is a structure built by people.
A cabin is a small, simple house.
A castle is a huge, fancy building where a king or queen lives.
Some people worship in churches.
Some dogs live in doghouses.
You can go in and out through a door.
An elevator carries people and things up and down a tall building.
You can go into an area through an entrance.
You can leave an area through an exit.
Many items, like cars, are made in factories.
Gargoyles are stone sculptures of grotesque creatures that sit perched atop some buildings; they act as waterspouts.
A greenhouse is a building, usually made out of glass, in which people grow plants.
Home is where you live.
Some people live in houses.
A hut is a small, simple shelter.
An igloo is a house made out of blocks of ice. Brr!
Libraries have books, tapes, and computer programs.
A lighthouse shines a very bright light so ships won’t sail ashore or into rocks by mistake.
A log cabin is a house made of logs.
We can buy things at a market.
Museums exhibit art, historic objects, and scientific finds - like dinosaur fossils.
A palace is a huge house where a king or queen lives.
The pyramids in Egypt are huge buildings that have a square base and triangular sides.
The roof is the top covering of a building.
A school is a place where you learn things.
A skyscraper is a very tall building.
A stadium is a large building in which sports events are held.
A store is where we can buy things.
A tent is a temporary shelter made of fabric.
A tepee is a house made by some Native Americans.
Urban means relating to or located in a city.
A wall is a side of a building or a room or a fence.
The White House is where the President of the United States lives and works. The address of the White House is 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.
A windmill uses the wind to generate power.