(BBC) – A five-year-old Oklahoma girl has made history by becoming the youngest person ever to qualify for the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Edith Fuller correctly spelled “jnana” to beat more than 50 contestants in the Scripps Green Country Regional Spelling Bee in Tulsa.
She also cracked the words Panglossian, Baedeker, nisei, and Croesus.
The young spelling master will head to Washington in May to compete with other children across the country.
Can you spell better than a five-year-old?
Here are the words Edith aced on her way to glory:
Jnana is a Sanskrit word for “knowledge” in Indian philosophy and religion.