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Bay Area's Top Spellers Compete For A Spot At The 2015 Regional Spelling Bee

BERKELEY (KPIX 5) — Get out your dictionaries. The annual Regional Spelling Bee is just a few weeks away.

Saturday, about two hundred students showed up at Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science in hopes of winning a spot on stage. 211 more words

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Three Letter Words


I “try” to introduce a new three letter word to my son before he heads off to school. The goal is just get him to used to pairing letters and sounds. 99 more words

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Students Improve Spelling Skills

Registration is underway for the 37th Greater Grand Rapids Spelling Bee!

Students who participate in spelling bees improve their spelling skills and expand their vocabularies.

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Are eSports "real" sports?

The President of ESPN said yesterday that he does not consider eSports such as League of Legends and Dota real sports. Instead he classified them as competition. 312 more words

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The One Time I Misspelled a Word And I Subsequently Remembered It Forever

It’s story time!

This story comes to you from the dark recesses of my middle school years.

The thing you have to understand about my middle school years is that I actually kind of enjoyed them while it was happening. 886 more words

Ind. Speller hopes to return to Spelling bee next year

Sydnei Fryson | Scripps Howard Foundation Wire

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – Vanessa Jodlowski, 14, made it all the way from Evansville, Ind., to the Scripps National Spelling Bee. 516 more words

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Proof that no one can spell Dwyane Wade's name correctly

Jimmy Kimmel Live proved the truth that sports editors have known for years: No one knows how to spell Dwyane Wade’s name correctly. The show went out and offered people $100 if they could spell the Miami Heat player’s name correctly — and predictably, everyone failed except for the Scripps’ National Spelling Bee champions who are smarter than all of us. 15 more words

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