OCTOBER OBSOLETE: Reviving words that kids will love.. like NIM


DAY 294 of 365 Days of Literacy for Kids:

Obsolete words are no longer in general use and may have fallen out of favor for nearly a century or more, but who says obsolete and rarely used words can’t be revived by kids who love words?

Today’s word is NIM, a noun meaning thief.

The noun nim is derived from the verb nim, meaning to take or to steal.

Kids will love the word nim because it is a good way to describe an unsavory character.

Use nim with your kids and grandkids today… but don’t be a nim!

Join me each day here for OCTOBER OBSOLETE – 365 DAYS OF LITERACY FOR KIDS! – fun, easy and completely do-able!

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Audrey McClelland has been a digital influencer since 2005. She’s a mom of 5 and shares tips on her three favorite things: parenting, fashion and beauty. She’s also a Contemporary Romance Author.

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