I was looking for games and activities about the house, its rooms and furniture, when I came across this interesting book by the photographer James Mollison.
He had to develop a project on children's rights and he thought about his bedroom when he was a child and how this room reflected what he had and what he was.
Click on the book to see some of the pictures (then click on NEXT to turn the pages)
If you want to find out more about homes around the world, click the map:
After reading about the houses of different people around the world, you can test your knowledge with a quiz. Have a look also at the other sections of the site to see the inside of a house and its rooms or the reasons we need houses for.
Read about houses in the world also in the next site:
What about you? Where do you live? This is my house, it's nice, isn't it?
Click on my house and answer the question about your house, you can also write about your house!
Well, now go to the bathroom, brush your teeth, the go to your bedroom and go to bed!