cymotrichous

Watch on entertainmentweekly.tumblr.com

Fourteen-year-old Sukanya Roy won the Scripps National Spelling Bee by spelling the word “Cymotrichous” correctly — you’ve gotta love the way she knew she had it in the bag as soon as she got to the “t” in the word. And the fact that this ESPN highlights video takes time to discuss two Bee finalists who also happen to be “frenemies.”

The P-A-I-N and J-O-Y of the 2015 Scripps Spelling Bee

These are the faces of concentration. These are the faces of relief. These are the faces of disappointment.

These are the faces of kids who have yet to realize spell check is a thing

See also: 20 Spelling Bee Facts Crazier Than ‘Cymotrichous’

The 2015 National Spelling Bee was held Thursday night and kept viewers rapt (read: questioning their own intelligence for still not knowing if “i” is before “e,” except after “c”)

The country cheered for adorably expressive kids too brainy for their own good. If you think these kids faces are good, just wait till you see their parents’ faces Read more…

BONUS: 2014 National Spelling Champs Throw Down in Urban Dictionary Bee

More about Cute Kids, Tv, Watercooler, Pics, and Lists http://bit.ly/1QedKOM

The P-A-I-N and J-O-Y of the 2015 Scripps Spelling Bee

These are the faces of concentration. These are the faces of relief. These are the faces of disappointment.

These are the faces of kids who have yet to realize spell check is a thing

See also: 20 Spelling Bee Facts Crazier Than ‘Cymotrichous’

The 2015 National Spelling Bee was held Thursday night and kept viewers rapt (read: questioning their own intelligence for still not knowing if “i” is before “e,” except after “c”)

The country cheered for adorably expressive kids too brainy for their own good. If you think these kids faces are good, just wait till you see their parents’ faces Read more…

BONUS: 2014 National Spelling Champs Throw Down in Urban Dictionary Bee

More about Cute Kids, Tv, Watercooler, Pics, and Lists

from Mashable http://ift.tt/1RsI0YY
The P-A-I-N and J-O-Y of the 2015 Scripps Spelling Bee

These are the faces of concentration. These are the faces of relief. These are the faces of disappointment.

These are the faces of kids who have yet to realize spell check is a thing

See also: 20 Spelling Bee Facts Crazier Than ‘Cymotrichous’

The 2015 National Spelling Bee was held Thursday night and kept viewers rapt (read: questioning their own intelligence for still not knowing if “i” is before “e,” except after “c”)

The country cheered for adorably expressive kids too brainy for their own good. If you think these kids faces are good, just wait till you see their parents’ faces Read more…

BONUS: 2014 National Spelling Champs Throw Down in Urban Dictionary Bee

More about Cute Kids, Tv, Watercooler, Pics, and Lists

from Mashable http://ift.tt/1RsI0YY
via IFTTT
There's more to this year's Spelling Bee contestants than just words

Profile bios don’t have any affect on who wins this year’s Scripps National Spelling Bee, but these kids are all winners in our book.

The Spelling Bee’s championship finals air tonight and while the finalists are brushing up on their vocabulary, life for these children isn’t all about memorizing words. Many actually lead very interesting lives.

See also: 20 Spelling Bee Facts Crazier Than ‘Cymotrichous’

From reading “all Harry Potter books in one week” to being called Garmin for having stellar spacial skills, these kids have some fascinating hobbies. Their bios also indicate some very high hopes and interesting habits only a grade schooler could have Read more…

More about Watercooler, Conversations, and Spelling Bee

from Mashable http://ift.tt/1FdnN0s
via IFTTT
There's more to this year's Spelling Bee contestants than just words

Profile bios don’t have any affect on who wins this year’s Scripps National Spelling Bee, but these kids are all winners in our book.

The Spelling Bee’s championship finals air tonight and while the finalists are brushing up on their vocabulary, life for these children isn’t all about memorizing words. Many actually lead very interesting lives.

See also: 20 Spelling Bee Facts Crazier Than ‘Cymotrichous’

From reading “all Harry Potter books in one week” to being called Garmin for having stellar spacial skills, these kids have some fascinating hobbies. Their bios also indicate some very high hopes and interesting habits only a grade schooler could have Read more…

More about Watercooler, Conversations, and Spelling Bee

from Mashable http://ift.tt/1FdnN0s