When something satisfies you, it makes you happy because it gives you what you wanted. So, if you're satisfied, you're glad with what you have, or happy with how things happened. When you get your own way, or when you get what you need, you're satisfied.
You feel satisfied when you order a drink or a meal and it's exactly how you wanted it! The drink has satisfied your thirst. The meal has satisfied your hunger. The taste was just right, and now you feel full and satisfied. Ahhh.
When you've worked hard on something and done a good job, you're satisfied with yourself, and satisfied with your work. Maybe you spent a long time cleaning your room, and now it looks perfectly tidy, with lots of space for activities. How satisfying! You feel satisfied.
Make a flash card:
You can write your own definition and choose your own picture, or copy mine.
pleased because you like what you got, or you like how things went
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 SATISFIED:
Remember: when you're satisfied, you've gotten what you wanted, so you feel just fine.
Idea 1: "Whenever I (do something very good at home, at school, or in a game), I'm satisfied with myself."
Idea 2: "I take a big, satisfying bite of (some food), and I feel strong, like I could (do something)."
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