To discover something is to find it in a nice, surprising way. When you discover things, they've usually been lost, hidden, or secret--or just unknown to you. You could discover a cool fact in a book, or discover a fun new way to dance.
To discover something can also mean to be the first person ever to find it or figure it out. For example, Clyde Tombaugh discovered the planet Pluto.
Below, this archaeologist has just discovered a skull! He's dug it up out of the ground. A skull is a very exciting discovery.
This scuba diver has just discovered some treasure!
Make a flash card:
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to find something, to find out, or to figure something out
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 DISCOVER (or DISCOVERY):
Remember: when you discover things, you're surprised and happy to see them or learn about them. Discoveries are things you find, things you learn, or things that people notice or figure out for the very first time.
Idea 1: "While looking for (something), I discovered (something interesting) (in some room or container)."
Idea 2: "I love to (read books or watch videos) about (some cool topic) and share my discoveries with (some friend or family member)."
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