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To Cursive, or Not to Cursive?

I recently tripped over a news item that made me do a double take. It seemed innocent enough, but it really startled me.

It was a short notice that a local school was offering cursive writing lessons to anyone who wanted to take them. 281 more words


Kindergarten Students Play the Cup Stacking Game!

Students had so much fun playing the cup stacking keyboard game that they forgot they were learning! The cup stacking game is a keyboarding practice website to help young students learn to locate the letters on the keyboard. 16 more words


Keyboarding without tears

• Pre-keyboarding and touch typing lessons
• Developmentally appropriate lessons by grade
• Easy online progress monitoring
• Digital literacy, digital citizenship and general computer readiness… 30 more words


Keyboarding Punch Cards

I am a big fan of Dance Mat Typing for elementary students. To make it more fun, I use punch cards for when students finish a stage within the levels. 186 more words

Keyboarding and children with severe needs

  • Shared Keyboard Conversation – Double up on a computer with a friend and stop talking. No talking allowed. Use the keyboard and any word processing software to have a conversation on the screen.

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Typing in Korean

One of the first things you are going to want to do as a student of Korean, whether self-study or in a formal class, is learn to write/type in Korean. 170 more words


Create "Home Row Pumpkins" in Pages

Want a fun way to get kids inspired to practice their typing skills? This activity allows students to learn some of the formatting features in Pages (you could modify this to use Microsoft Word, as well) and gives students the opportunity to practice typing using the home row keys. 72 more words