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Word of the Week

Congratulations to @gwendalinda! You successfully completed the iTwixie Word of the Week Challenge! You are this week’s winner! Way to go, @gwendalinda! Now, just send your parent’s mailing address to info at itwixie dot com within the next 30 days, and we’ll send you a surprise!

Here’s the sentence @gwendalinda wrote using last week’s word, emulate: My sister always decides to emulate me whenever I do anything.

That’s so true, isn’t it iTwixie girls? Little girls emulate us, don’t they! Especially little sisters! Let’s keep giving little girls powerful things to emulate so they can become full of girlpower, just like us!

Here’s the new Word of the Week: intensify

How iTwixie’s Word of the Week Works:
Check with iTwixie every Wednesday morning to see who won last week’s challenge and get the new iTwixie Word of the Week. Then, take the Word of the Week Challenge! All you have to do is write a sentence in the comments section below, using the new Word of the Week. Try and write a sentence that shows what that word means to you. Have fun writing!

  1. In drama I started to intensify my performance the further I went in to it.

  2. “The higher levels we get in gymnastics, the more our gymnastics teacher will intensify our gymnastics moves.” from the golden tettle person, @goldentettle

  3. My kicks can be intensifying so don’t mess with me.

  4. My sister likes to play the most intensifying games!

  5. “My gymnastics coach likes to intensify our workout, so our team becomes stronger.”

  6. I like to intensify my vocal exercises so I sing better

  7. I hate when my hand started to intensify after I injured it.

  8. “My teacher thought that it would be a good idea to intensify the quiz so it would be more challenging.”

  9. EDIT:

    “The pain on my arm began to intensify after I got hit by a soccer ball during the school’s soccer tryouts.”


  10. “The pain on my arm began to intensify after I got hit by a soccer during the school’s soccer tryouts.”


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