Our state-of-the-art online spelling tests are designed to help K-12 students to ace spelling exams at school and prepare for Spelling Bee competitions. If you are a student or an adult who is trying to learn ESL, then our advanced spelling quizzes, spelling lessons, and word games can help you improve your English skills.Register today!
Ever wondered how many vocabulary words you or your child know? Try Vocabulary Test, and in just a few minutes, you will discover the estimated amount of words in your vocabulary and a recommended spelling grade. You will be surprised!
Are you or your child at the beginning of learning English words? The Spelling Practice section is the right place to begin. Students will read, hear, and type simple words and progress naturally. It is recommended for Kindergarten students and First Graders.
Serious about building English vocabulary and improving spelling? Want to improve your listening comprehension? Spelling Tests from grade 1 to adult level are the right place to build English vocabulary. You will firmly grasp 15 thousand words, starting from Sight Words.
Students who like to work at their own pace would benefit immensely from adaptive spelling. Learners begin by learning the basics, but as they gain knowledge and skills, they advance swiftly.
Do you plan on competing in a Spelling Bee? Or do you simply enjoy spelling contests with other online users? Spelling Bee Online (SBO) is the right place to start for anyone with any experience.
Are you looking for a printable version for vocabulary words from Grades 1 to 12? The Spelling Words section will offer print-available spelling lists, including Sight words, Fry words, and Dolch words. If you practiced spelling words at SpellQuiz, the Words section would shade the words you have mastered.
Learning with joy is a more effective and lasting way to gather knowledge. The Fun Quizzes section has mini tests to boost your knowledge on topics such as geography, grammar and more.
Using idioms can add style to your speech. The easiest way to remember something is to visualize it. Learn common phrases with illustrated and written examples. The Idioms section contains examples of the most common idioms, with illustrations, definitions, and context clues for easy comprehension and memory.