Young scholars determine how they can improve their times. They discover that using more fingers than just the index finger may help (or even two hands). They use the bumps on the letters "F" and "J" to locate their hands on the keyboard.
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Elementary Keyboarding Activities
Listen to the sound of children's fingers flying across their keyboards as they perform these fun typing lessons. From creating alphabet books and multimedia presentations to researching presidents and writing class newsletters, numerous...
K - 6th 21st Century Skills CCSS: Adaptable
Fun Activities for Teaching Keyboarding
Accelerate the development of young learners' keyboarding skills with this collection of fun typing lessons. Whether it's having relay races or playing a game of keyboarding baseball, these activities are perfect for adding some variety...
K - 6th 21st Century Skills
Lesson Plan 1: Practice Keyboarding Skills
The two lessons in this resource serve as an introduction to the keyboard and typing. While seated at a computer, pupils view an overhead display of the board and are introduced to the functions of the various keys. Designed for language...
3rd - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Keyboarding: Formatting a Report Using MLA Style
Keyboarding is one of the most basic skills needed to master modern technology, and it's also one of the most important. The class uses Century 21 Keyboarding and Information Processing to guide their hands in typing a report in the...
6th - 12th 21st Century Skills CCSS: Adaptable