“The Plural Girls” and “SpellaRoo” of Funbrain.com, “Spelling Central,” “Everglades Spelling” and “Grilled Cheese Please” of MrNussbaum.com and “Spelling Bee” of BigIQkids are some good online spelling games for third graders. Eduplace.com, Free-training-tutorial.com, Learner.org, Gradespelling.com and Spellingcity.com are some of the websites that have dedicated spelling games for third graders.
There are many more spelling games and websites available online that are dedicated to third graders. A spelling bee is one of the most popular spelling games. It has been played for centuries by both children and adults alike. There are national level contests held every year, and it was in 1925 that the first United States National Spelling Bee was held.
In a spelling bee, the participants must spell out words of varying difficulty and degree. Participants failing to spell out a given word are eliminated, and the game continues until there is only one participant left. A diverse and broad range of words can be chosen based on the age and level of the participant. “Spelling Bee” games are fun, interactive and educational. The game can be designed to third graders who usually are in the age group of 11 to 13 years. The very first winner of The United States National Spelling Bee was an 11-year-old boy called Frank Neuhauser.