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Free primary and secondary spelling resources added

Discussion in 'English' started by Spellathon, May 3, 2012.

  1. <font face="FS Mencap">Spellathon is a digital sponsored spelling competition. It offers free spelling games to play anytime in the classroom and at home. Players and schools can take part in the Championships in May and qualify to compete against Stephen Fry in Reverse Spelling in June 2012. Students and schools can win prizes. </font>
  2. We're so excited! The first event ever online digital Spellathon championship took place last week. 38,000 people registered to play Spellathon so far. The Hive in Worcester hosted a live Spellathon competition for local schools on 22 May which included with other activities such as storytelling and a bee treasure hunt. The children loved it! It was great to see Spellathon in action!
    How did your school do? We'd love to hear your thoughts on the new Spellathon whether you've taken part or not, please help us improve by completing this questionnaire: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/K3PV39H There's an Amazon vouchers prize draw for those completing the questionnaire by 25 June.
    Don't forget, you and your students can still qualify (by 10 June) to challenge Stephen Fry on reverse spellling on 14 June - see http://www.spellathon.net/compete-against-stephen-fry for details.
    We look forward to hearing from you.

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