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Spelling Bees Quotes By Craig Ferguson

For a while, some schools across the country were banning spelling bees. For obvious reasons, of course - steroids — Craig Ferguson

Spelling Bees Quotes By Laurence Fishburne

The thing with kids is that you only get one chance to do it right. It's really important to share their gifts while they're discovering them. That's why spelling bees are such a compelling story. They stimulate them intellectually, they awaken their competitive spirit, but it's fun. There's something fun about words. — Laurence Fishburne

Spelling Bees Quotes By Melina Marchetta

I watch Raffy as she removes the pickles from her hamburger and hands them over to Santangelo without them exchanging a word and I realize again there is more to that relationship than spelling bees and being enemies. These people have history and I crave history. I crave someone knowing me so well that they can tell what I'm thinking. — Melina Marchetta

Spelling Bees Quotes By Cynthia Lewis

It's not enough to be able to spell "magnificence" in your bedroom. You have to be able to spell it at the microphone during the spelling bee. — Cynthia Lewis

Spelling Bees Quotes By Kristin Cashore

Spelling bees? Spelling bees do not scare me. I competed in the National Spelling Bee twice, thank you very much. My dad competed in the National Spelling Bee. My aunt competed in the National Spelling Bee. My uncle WON the National Spelling Bee. If I can't spell it, I know someone who can. SO JUST BRING IT ON, YOU BASTARDS!! — Kristin Cashore

Spelling Bees Quotes By Alfie Kohn

When we set children against one another in contests - from spelling bees to awards assemblies to science "fairs" (that are really contests), from dodge ball to honor rolls to prizes for the best painting or the most books read - we teach them to confuse excellence with winning, as if the only way to do something well is to outdo others. — Alfie Kohn