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A spelling bee is a competition in which contestants are asked to spell a broad selection of words, usually with a varying degree of difficulty. The concept is thought to have originated in the United States,[citation needed] and spelling bee events, along with variants, are now also held in some other countries around the world. The first winner of an official spelling bee was Frank Neuhauser, who won the 1st National Spelling Bee (now known as the Scripps National Spelling Bee) in Washington, D.C. in 1925 at age eleven

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In Africa, a spelling bee is organized by the African Spelling Bee, which holds an Annual Spelling Bee contest for children between the age of 7 and 16 across the continent. The first competition took place in July 2016, bringing together nine different countries.

There are several countries that run their own national spelling bees, including Uganda which holds the National Spelling Bee organized by enjuba in 10 different languages, including 8 local languages, sign language and English.

Nigeria's spelling bee is called the Nigeria Spelling Bee organized by the Bee Spelling Competition Initiative in states across the federation of Nigeria[8].

Botswana, Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, Ethiopia, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Malawi, and Rwanda are also part of the African Spelling Bee with the number of countries still growing

What is Spelling Bee

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SPELLING BEE is a competition in which contestants are asked to SPELL a
broad selection of words, usually with a varying degree of difficulty.

The competition is hosted by Kingsley Spelling Bee  at South Africa Limpopo annually.

The Polokwane spelling bee championship which targets learners in Grade
8 to 11 & Grade 4 -7 is aimed at improving learners' performance in languages,
especially in English. A call is hereby made for all schools to
encourage learners to participate in the 2018 Polokwane spelling bee
championship.

 

We expecting  12 learners per school that
will be 3 learners per grade from grade 8 -11 & grade 4-7. If learners from grade 12
would like to participate can do so but we not considering  them as for
their busy schedule.  Closing date
to submit names of learners is 31 March 2018 and few schools will be
taking part. Send us names of learners as soon as possible. We having
vouchers to be won on the day of event.

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