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McCullough JHS teen keeps winning with words

Shobha Dasari knows how to spell success.

After taking the title of co-champion in the Houston Public Media Spelling Bee, the 14-year-old whiz-with-words from The Woodlands is preparing to head to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.  86 more words


Scripps National Spelling Bee - Tianjin Edition

I had the pleasure of being the caller for the Tianjin Edition of the National Spelling Bee.

The participants at this level competed to represent Tianjin in Beijing for the ultimate opportunity to travel to Washington DC and participate in the spelling for THE TITLE. 97 more words


Minnetonka middle schooler among Minnesotans heading to National Spelling Bee


That’s one of the words 12-year-old Max Meyer spelled correctly to earn his spot at the Scripps National Spelling Bee this May.

The Minnetonka Middle School student won in the 14th round of the Seven-County Metro Area Regional Spelling Bee Saturday by spelling “transenna” and “electrolyte” correctly,  310 more words


M-Y-X-O-V-I-R-U-S Puts Talented South Bay Girl On The Road To Scripps National Spelling Bee

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — A 12-year-old from the South Bay is going to take her first trip to the nation’s capital to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee. 265 more words


Students Compete For Top Spot At Spelling Bee

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A lesson in not only spelling, but also poise, hundreds of students participated Tuesday in the Annual Broward Herald Spelling Bee. 268 more words


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


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