The preparation for SpellPundit’s competition is in full swing! Meet our team of pronouncers and judges who are determined to make the virtual spelling bee run smoothly. Here is a glimpse from today’s zoom info session!
Are you going to miss Scripps National Spelling Bee? Try your spelling skills in SpellPundit National Spelling Bee!
Please checkout the new feature in the SpellPundit – Random Words Testing
The WishWin Spellathon 2019 sponsored by SpelPundit was held at The University of Texas at Dallas on Dec 7th. The event was filled with many enthusiastic spellers. Both young and senior spellers had a chance to interact with Scripps National Spelling Bee champion (2018) and co-champions (2019), Karthik Nemmani, Sohum Sukhatankar, and Rohan Raja!
Here is the list of top spellers of Senior and Junior spelling bee category:
Senior Spellathon Winners:
Champion: Michael Kolagani (Austin, TX)
1st Runner-up: Vivinsha Veduru (Keller, TX)
2nd Runner-up: Shijay Sivakumar (Midland, TX)
Junior Spellathon Winners:
Champion: Arnesh Jayaram (Allen, TX)
1st Runner-up: Anirudh Kidambi (Frisco, TX)
2nd Runner-up: Siyonamithra Kandala (San Antonio, TX)
4th Place: Darsheel Paila (Dallas, TX)
The top spellers received gift vouchers of $500, $300, and $200 from SpellPundit!
Kudos to the entire team of WishWin for organizing such a great event for good cause!
WishWin is a Non-Profit Organization. WishWin’s mission is to promote academic excellence through contests, and also help underprivileged children.
Spelling bee, like any other competition, requires a strategic planning and time commitment. Here is an outline of various SpellPundit modules and their order of preparation to excel in the Scripps National Spelling Bee!
This week’s topic is about learning words in SpellPundit!
This week’s topic is about medical terms:
The Latin and Greek roots are building blocks of words. Please identify the roots associated with the words and find out the solution to last week’s crossword puzzle!
Improve your vocabulary knowledge by identifying the Latin and Greek root words in the crossword puzzle below:
This week’s topic is about different Latin Numerical Prefixes