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100

We use this item to measure things, especially in centimetres.

Ruler

100

Place where you can read or borrow books.

Library

100

A science subject in which you learn things such as solving equations. 

Maths

100

The past participle of eat is...

Ate

200

We put things inside this item, for example: pencils, markers or pens.

Pencilcase

200

A place where you can spend your break time.

Playground

200

A subject in which you learn about nature, animals or the human body (i.e. cells). 

Biology

200

Norse God associated with a hammer, lightning, storms and strenght. 

Thor

300

This item is a type of book that has maps in it.

Atlas

300

The room where you can make scientific experiments at school.

Laboratory

300

A school subject in which you do sports such as football or basketball. 

P.E / Physical Education

300

Who wrote Romeo and Juliet?

William Shakespeare

400

When you can't use your pencil, you need this item to write again with it. 

Sharpener

400

A long passage with doors on both sides of it

Hall / Hallway

400

A subject in which you learn about events that happened in the past. 

History

400

What is the fastest animal in the world?

Cheetah

500

With this item you can put together pages of paper or similar material with a little metal thing. 

Stapler

500

A room where the person IN CHARGE OF THE HIGH SCHOOL usually stays. 

Head Teacher's office / Principal's office

500

A subject in which you learn about books (i.e. novels, poems, plays), genres (i.e. drama, poetry) or authors. 

Literature

500

Who is the Prime Minister of the U.K?

Boris Johnson

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