10 Jul 2017

Challenge Hull Week #28 – ‘New Words’

There are 171,476 words in the English Dictionary today – some are used often, some are more obscure but all are unique. In light of this, the children at Pearson Primary School are challenging you to…

‘NEW WORDS’

DO:

Make up a new word and write a dictionary definition. It could be anything, a word to describe your current mood, someone you care about, or a memory, thought or idea? Be as silly or serious as you like.

IF YOU HAVE A LITTLE MORE TIME:

Once you have mastered a new word, try and use it in a sentence.

THINK:

How did it feel to make up a new word, did it help you express yourself?

SHARE:

Write your new word or film yourself speaking the word and share it on social media. Don’t forget to use #ChallengeHull  and tag us on our social media channels on FacebookTwitter and Instagram and Pearson Primary School on Twitter too.

 

Check our social media channels or our website next Monday for your next challenge. And don’t forget to share all the challenges (including your own) with others to encourage them to get stuck in, too.

Good luck!

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