Multiple meanings is something that can be very difficult for kids. When I worked with the Middle School population, I always went through the multiple meaning flashcards that I had created at least once or twice a month. It's good for them to realize that some words can mean different things and be used in different contexts.
I thought about this when I thought about the word "super". Have you thought about the different meanings for the word "super"? People who live in apartments can have a "super" (I know this is an abbreviated word. However, it's how it is used and so it should be taught that way) - someone who fixes things. Super can add emphasis to a feeling - I'm SUPER excited, I'm SUPER sad. Super can also mean something extraordinary or mythical when used as "super powers" or "super man". It can also just mean that something is good - Oh wow, that's super!
Now try that for Bowl - something you eat out of, a sport, a game (super bowl), etc.
Divide a piece of paper into four sections. Have your child write the word in one quadrant and draw a picture with a sentence to explain the meaning in each other quadrant. You can punch holes in your papers and start a multiple meanings notebook.