Check out the March winning entries in the grade 3-5 level.
My Fake Dictionary
Katie C. and Alyssa G.
Wamapplepooch: [wam-a-pull-pooch] A person who gobbles down apples while being scared to death by a dog. There is a wamapplepooch down the street next to the house with all of the pitbulls.
Pokeline: [poke-line] A cat that collects Pokemon cards. The pokeline couldn't come over to trade cards with me because he fell ill with a case of hairballs.
Pencilpoker: [pen-cil-po-ker] A person that pokes a person or an object with a pencil. That pencilpoker that sat behind me in class is a big bully.
Four New Words
I have created four new words that should be added to the dictionary.
The first word, which is a noun, is "watchamahoosem." This word is pronounced WAH-CHA-MUH-HOO-ZUM and its definition is a machine with an unknown purpose. For example, The scientist's gadget looked like a watchamahoosem.
Another word that I created, which is also a noun, is "spig," which is pronounced exactly as it looks. This word was inspired by a popular movie, The Simpsons: The Movie. A spig is a mixture of a spider and a pig.
Another word that I created is "herono." This word refers to a person who tires to be a hero, but does not succeed. An example of this word is, The Flying Maniac attempted to save the kitten from the tree, but when he failed miserably he was from them known as a herono.
The last word I feel should be added to the dictionary is "smart-Alyssa." This word is a noun, but could also be used as an adjective. It means — the smartest being ever known. For example, George is being a smart-Alyssa.