Posted by: Jack Henry | January 8, 2018

Editor’s Corner: Spelling Quiz

When I was in the fourth grade, my class had a weekly spelling bee on every Friday, and I lived for it! Every Monday my teacher would pass out the words for the quiz on Friday, and we would practice memorizing the words all week. For the more difficult words, my mom used to help me create sentences that started with each letter of the word so that I could remember how to spell the words. For example, Arithmetic (A rat in the house may eat the Italian cheese).

Click here for a fun spelling quiz from Merriam-Webster. Click the audio button on the right-side of the words “Hear it” to hear the word. Once the audio starts, you’ll have 15 seconds to spell the word.

Jackie Solano | Technical Editor | Symitar®

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