To be bold is to be brave, strong, and confident, ready to take a risk or try something scary. And, bold things are big, strong, and easy to notice, like the bold colors on the flag below, which are bright and easy to see, and the bold text right here, which is dark, heavy, and easy to focus on.
If an animal is bold, it's not shy or scared: it comes right up to you, as if it's not afraid of you. And a bold leap or a bold strategy is big, risky, and courageous.
Make a flash card:
You can write your own definition and choose your own picture, or copy mine.
not scared: ready to try something new, ready to take a big risk
Write your own sentence!
You can use either of the two ideas I'll suggest, or you can invent your own. Include as much detail as you can!
(Source) Write a sentence with the word BOLD (or BOLDLY):
Remember: if you're feeling or acting bold, you're very sure of yourself: you're brave and strong, eager to try something risky. And, bold colors, sounds, and tastes are bright, strong, and easy to notice.
Idea 1: "I walk boldly into (some scary or new place) and immediately (do something that takes guts)."
Idea 2: "You can improve a boring food like (something) by adding the bold flavor of (some spice, topping, or condiment)."
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