Our words this week are:
ACQUIRE, LOATHE, RAPIDLY
ACQUIRE: to earn or obtain something
"Ms. Wall acquired a large bruise on her knee from falling during snowboarding this weekend."
LOATHE: to feel extreme dislike
"Kurt loathes bad drivers so he hates driving into New York City."
RAPIDLY: in a way that is very fast
"If you do your work rapidly you will most likely make a mistake."
Today we wrote sentences with these words and tomorrow we will look up synonyms and antonyms.
Practicing these words at home will help them become a part of your child's daily vocabulary!
How can you practice at home?
Use them in sentences and see if your child notices them.
Have your child use the words in sentences.
Stay tuned to see how WE are using them in class!