eSpindle Learning, a parent-initiated non-profit organization, now provides the first online forum for students competing in the National Spelling Bee.
Attempting to win the National Spelling Bee is a great ambition.
The chances of winning big in Washington D.C. increase with every round and the excitement builds - but it can get lonely at the top.
With every victory, friends are left behind. First classmates, then the other students in the school, then other contestants in the district, the city.
eSpindle, the first tutoring tool with a specialized module to coach students on the 30,000 words needed to win, empowers students to connect with others who prepare for the competition. In this safe, moderated environment it is easy to share motivation and tips and to find encouragement and friendship.
This new forum is not only for children and adolescents. Everyone who is susceptible to Spelling Bee fever may join - just like 2005 National Senior Spelling Bee champion, David Riddle, who recently signed up for the forum. Mr. Riddle also joined the advisory board of eSpindle Learning after discovering eSpindle on the Web.
"Super idea... Keep it up! Your (and your team's) hard work is surely paying off in terms of a viable online training tool." - David Riddle, 2005 National Senior Spelling Bee Champion
Participation is free to all who participate in Spelling Bee competitions - eSpindle membership is not required.
All new applicants need to be approved to participate, and the forum is monitored to provide a safe online environment.
Sign-up by visiting www.eSpindle.org/win_spelling_bee.html.
About eSpindle Learning
eSpindle Learning, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, has created the most comprehensive, yet at the same time easiest spelling tutor - www.eSpindle.org.
Under its motto: "We put a spell on the web", eSpindle provides personalized and unlimited tutoring support. Its custom-tailored learning sessions accommodate a diverse range of goals.
Members include Spelling Bee hopefuls, ESL students, students struggling with literacy or learning disability, homeschoolers, college students, and adults who want to gain a more advanced vocabulary or be able to master the most commonly misspelled words.
For more information, please contact:
(866) ESP-INDL ~ (866)377-4635