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Exclusive: Lisa Moore Ramée for the Bee''s Bookshelf

The Bee''s Bookshelf selection for July is A Good Kind of Trouble by Lisa Moore Ramée. She created this video exclusively for the Bee''s Bookshelf. She chooses one word to focus on related to her book. It''s a word not difficult to spell, but it carries great significance. In her book, her main character, 12-year-old Shayla, is allergic to trouble....

2019 Bee Week Awards Banquet Recap

The Bee has a profound impact on the lives of our spellers, not only those who qualify for our national competition but also the 11 million students who participate at the school level. In this video created for the 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee Awards Banquet, you will hear the stories of many spellers on local and national media outlets...

Spellers Chat with Paige Kimble and Dr. Bailly

During Champions Week, we invited champion spellers to join a Zoom conversation with Paige Kimble, executive director of the Bee, and Dr. Jacques Bailly, our official pronouncer. The spellers had some great questions. Kimble and Dr. Bailly competed together back in 1980 and Paige even shares some fun photos from their time as spellers.

The Importance of the Spelling Bee Schwa

Uh, what is a schwa? Pronouncers for the Bee, Dr. Jacques Bailly and Dr. Brian Sietsema discuss the vowel sound that troubles many spellers and explains why we can have spelling bees. How many examples of words with the schwa sound can you write down?

Special Presentation: History of the Modern Dictionary

Peter Sokolowski, editor at large for Merriam-Webster, has a plethora of knowledge about dictionaries, past and present. During Champions Week, when the Bee celebrated and recognized the champion spellers from 2020, Peter Sokolowski delivered a virtual presentation via Zoom. He talked about the history of the dictionary, its creators and the role it played in the English-speaking culture.

Celebrating Our Regional Champions!

We are celebrating Champions Week, in place of the 2020 Bee Week. We have 153 champion spellers who won their Final Local Bee. They deserve recognition for their hard work and their dedication to spelling and vocabulary. These are just some of those talented students. Congratulations! For a complete list of all the speller recognitions, please go to our website...

The Bee Celebrates Champions Week

The Scripps National Spelling Bee is celebrating champion spellers during Champions Week. We’ve found some ways to celebrate the accomplishments of all those spellers who were hoping to be in Washington D.C., but won’t be able to because of this awful pandemic. Beginning Sunday, May 24, our website, spellingbee.com, features our Meet the Spellers section where we showcase all the...

Word Club App Is A Great Tool For Learning At Home

We are pleased to announce that, in an effort to provide more free resources for students and fulfill our purpose, we have made even more of the Word Club app available at no cost to users. Your students can now play in-app spelling and vocabulary games with all 450 words from the 2020 School Spelling Bee Study List for free!...

BingeTheBee on April 12, 2020 on ESPN

With no live action sports, ESPN is digging into their archives to find classics from the past. This Sunday, April 12, 2020, ESPN will air a seven-hour marathon of past Scripps National Spelling Bee Finals. With more than 25 years of spelling bee coverage, they picked some of the best. The marathon will include encores of three of our most...

Sushi Around the World

Are you sitting down? This reel begins with a shocking revelation about the origins of the California roll and ends with the most massive sushi roll you''ve ever ...

Afghanistan’s Blue Mosque Is Surrounded by White Doves

The Blue Mosque is a tranquil oasis in the center of Mazār-i-Sharīf, the fourth-largest city in Afghanistan. As its name implies, the sacred structure is famed for its ...

Helping New Moms Feel Less Alone

Just a few weeks into being a new mother, Karey Trusler felt overwhelmed by the demands of breastfeeding a newborn. At one point, Trusler went six days ...

Why One Man Owns 2,371 Cell Phones

Jayesh Kale owns over 2300 old cell phones, most are Nokias, and all of them still work. It''s the largest collection of its kind in India, but Kale doesn''t want to stop ...

For the Love of Horses

Love horses? Who isn''t fascinated by these beautiful creatures? This reel features horses who fish, a history-making female jockey and more from our stable of ...

This Café Serves Indian Food You’ve Never Heard Of

At Café Lota, Head Chef Udit Maheshwari is on a mission to introduce diners to regional Indian cuisine they may have never sampled before. The outdoor café ...

The Secret to Making the Best Candied Fruit

Sweet dreams are made of Pierre Lilamand''s candied fruit. He is the fifth-generation member of his family making this delectable treat in the quaint village of ...

How 4 Photographers Find New Ways to Capture the World

There are so many ways to look at our world. From an artist who paints with light, to a photographer who found a way to continue the craft he loves after losing ...

Apply for RSVBee by March 29

Are you a school spelling bee champion? Would you like to be in the spotlight for the national finals and meet Bee Pronouncer Dr. Jacques Bailly? Apply for ...

Saving the World’s Oldest Languages

While there are more than 7000 languages spoken around the world, many are in danger of dying out. In this reel, we''re learning new tongues and meeting ...

This Couple Races 750-Miles On a Tandem Bike

Ann and John Jurczynski are in it for the long haul. This married couple is one of the fastest long-distance tandem bicycle teams in the world. They''ve competed ...

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