Practice touch typing top row keys in uppercase.
In this matching game, first graders look at subtraction facts that are missing factors.
Children flex their mental math muscles as they try to quickly find the equations that add up to 10.
Practice touch typing bottom row keys V and M as our feathered friend amasses gems.
Players race down the roaring rapids while practicing subtraction patterns of one less.
Kids boost their math skills while shredding the slope in this subtraction race to the finish line!
This extra-challenging lesson combines the V, M, C, X, Z, B, N, comma, and period keys.
Merge memory matching with sight word learning in this fun brain teaser game.
Learn to type the letter x and the period -- all in one fun and quick game. Plus learn to type words that have the letter x in them.
In this underwater game, children choose the correct subtraction expression for a given fact family.
V, M, C, comma — each letter you type correctly means another gem for Birdee.
Birdee collects gems and you collect points in this touch typing game featuring the G and H keys.
This touch typing game has your child focusing on six bottom row keys: V, M, C, X, Z, and the comma key.
Now that you've had some practice typing the various home row keys, let's practice six together!
Children use their mental math skills to determine which equations add up to 20 in this math game.
Children must choose the correct addition expressions as they race to the sunken treasure chest.
Mine your top and home row touch typing experience to create some shiny new words.
Add one and find the sum! In this game, children practice number and pattern recognition skills.
Pop balloons to help Floyd get closer to taking flight! Learn common single syllable sight words with this game!
Kids must beat the heat to identify common sight words.
Improve your touch typing skills and make a new friend in this fun game.
Hitting home row letters to the far left and the far right give pinkies the typing practice they need to be comfortable with the letter a and the semicolon.
Name that vowel! Kids must sort short vowel words to pack up for school.
Practice the S and L keys in this lively game.