Spelling Bee

Improve your spelling skills

This game is very simple and easy to play. You just look at the image or listen to the audio and then spell the word. You can spell the word by clicking on the letters on the screen. You first select the vocabulary items that you want to practice spelling. Then you are show images in turn and have to spell each one. The faster you spell each item the more score you can accumulate. The game ends when the time runs out. The idea is that by spelling words again and again very quickly you can become a better speller while also having fun playing a game. If you click the wrong letter then you don’t lose you can just try another one until you get it right. In this way there is a little bit of trial and error in learning to spell words that you don’t know. Leave a comment below in any language you like.

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Improve your spelling skills – Spelling Bee

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