Shamrock Golden Word of the Week

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Maple Lake Elementary’s “Shamrock Golden Word of the Week,” program focuses on ‘Golden Words’ or words like exquisite, generous, gloomy, etc. which boost students’ expressive vocabulary. There is one golden word of the week each week for the rest of the school year. Each classroom will be coming up with unique sentences using the golden word of the week and posting them by the pot of gold display in the school hallway. Below are the best sentences from each grade level:  
Shamrock Golden Word of the Week: ingenious 
Kindergarten: “Our ideas are ingenious when we write stories,” from  Annie Jost’s morning class 
1st grade: “My cat is ingenious because he rides a motorcycle,” from Tanya Malwitz’s class 
2nd grade: “I am an ingenious inventor,” by Ryan Renstrom from Nicole Christiansen’s class
3rd grade: “My dad is ingenious because he is good at math problems,” from Elizabeth Haglin’s class 
4th grade: “The ingenious turtle hid under his shell to look like a rock as the children came close,” from Diane Hertwig’s class 
5th grade: “My mom is ingenious when it comes to building cabinets and more,” from Tony Smith’s class 
6th grade: “Some people need to be ingenious for jobs,” from Steve Fuchs’ class.
Maple Lake Elementary’s “Shamrock Golden Word of the Week,” program focuses on ‘Golden Words’ or words like exquisite, generous, gloomy, etc. which boost students’ expressive vocabulary. There is one golden word of the week each week for the rest of the school year. Each classroom will be coming up with unique sentences using the golden word of the week and posting them by the pot of gold display in the school hallway. Below are the best sentences from each grade level:  
Shamrock Golden Word of the Week: ingenious 
Kindergarten: “Our ideas are ingenious when we write stories,” from  Annie Jost’s morning class 
1st grade: “My cat is ingenious because he rides a motorcycle,” from Tanya Malwitz’s class 
2nd grade: “I am an ingenious inventor,” by Ryan Renstrom from Nicole Christiansen’s class
3rd grade: “My dad is ingenious because he is good at math problems,” from Elizabeth Haglin’s class 
4th grade: “The ingenious turtle hid under his shell to look like a rock as the children came close,” from Diane Hertwig’s class 
5th grade: “My mom is ingenious when it comes to building cabinets and more,” from Tony Smith’s class 
6th grade: “Some people need to be ingenious for jobs,” from Steve Fuchs’ class.
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