After four electrifying
weeks of Last Kid Standing spelling competition, we are giving 3 semi-finalists
a chance to be voted back in for one last semi-final that’ll get them the grand
After four electrifying weeks of Last Kid Standing spelling competition, we are giving 3 semi-finalists a chance to be voted back in for one last semi-final that’ll get them the grand finale spot!
What’s one word to describe Last Kid Standing over the past four weeks?
“S-u-p-e-r-f-r-a-g-i-l-i-s-t-i-c-e-x-p-i-a-l-i-d-o-c-i-o-u-s”; that means extraordinarily good and wonderful.
That is also one of the finalist’s, Siya Malusi from Hillcrest Primary’s favourite words.
Joining him are the semi-finalists who came out victorious in the exciting weeks of challenging spelling bee rounds: Sadhil Mia, Jemimah and Daryle.
We are aware of the high standard of these 4th graders’ vocabulary and have seen the undeniable potential they all possess regardless of some not making it to the final.
So we are leaving you with the huge task to choose the last semi-finalist for this week, who will compete one more time for a spot in the grand finale.
We are bringing back the following superstars:
· Jake Davidson from Hillcrest Primary,
· Tristan Govender from Woodview primary
· Chloe Potgieter from Athlone Primary School
· Ariana Jugdewo from Virginia Prep
· Julian Lalouette, who is Homeschooled
· Kiara Naidoo from Mount Edgecombe Private School
· Zenande Mvimbi from Glenmore Primary School
· Xizhi Aiden Luo from Crawford International Prep La Lucia
· Ayanda Ndimande from Montclair Senior Primary
· Likho Filtane from Clifton School
Only the three with the
most votes will get the chance to outspell his/her peers for the most
anticipated grand finale spot.
How do you vote?
Click on the semi-finalist you want to bring back in the poll below:
It's as easy as that but here's another win for YOU!
Voting also gives YOU the chance to win R1 000! Here’s how:
Simply submit the form that shows up a few seconds after voting.
Without completion and submission of this form you miss your chance of winning a R1 000.
So, who will it be?
It’s all in your hands !
For previous Last Kid Standing action take a listen here
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