Use free spelling bee clip art to liven up your classroom handouts, parent letters, award certificates and more.
Here are just two of our exclusive images:
Our clip art collection also includes grade-level images for grades 3, 4, 5 and 6. Here's one example:
Open our pdf.
2. Scroll to the page(s) with the image(s) you wish to use.
3. Press the "print screen" button on your keyboard.
4. Open up a new document in "Paint" or other image-editing program of your choice.
5. Insert the image from "print screen" by using Ctl + V or "insert"
6. Crop the image(s) you want. Resize as necessary.
7. In the file menu, click on "Save as." Name the file, save as a .jpg or .png in your documents or picture files in a location you can find later.
8. Open up a word document, then Insert --> Picture --> from file. Go to the saved location of your clip art image.
9. Adjust the image size as necessary as well as its layout properties. Complete your letter, announcement or other document.
We have a wide assortment of spelling bee certificates, too!
us help! You'll find a comprehensive set of spelling bee helps
Spelling Bee Toolbox eBooks. Each one contains 600 words and sentences, rules, organizational helps, worksheets, student tips, award certificates, and more clip art!
You'll find all the resources you need for a successful spelling bee in one affordable product. We offer Toolboxes for grades 3-5 and grades 6-8.
Reward your best spellers with one of these fantastic prizes!
These make a great prizes for spelling bee winners or any good spellers!
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If you're planning a full-scale spelling bee, you'll find our Spelling Bee organizational tips to be helpful. We'll show you what needs to be done and when!
We've compiled a list of spelling bee practice ideas for individual students. A printable version is included for your convenience.
Use our basic spelling bee rules to run your next classroom spelling competition. We cover the basics in a concise list.
Keep your students learning to spell all year long with these helpful resources: