exercises

Typing Top Row 1

As students progress in their typing skills, they'll want to branch out from the home row. This lesson introduces young typers to the top row on a keyboard, allowing them to expand their typing vocabulary and gain independence as computer users. These lessons will help kids exercise correct finger placement, typing accuracy, and speed.
R U a typing master? U R — with this game that offers you practice in top row keys R and U. As you improve your touch typing accuracy, Birdee maximizes her gem haul. Part of our seven-game Top Row Typing: Level One Series.
Aim high with E I! Fill Birdee's cart with gems as you practice touch typing top-row letters E and I. Part of our seven-game Top Row Typing: Level One Series.
Is your child a typist in the rough? Get some practice with this fun top row typing game, where each correctly typed word means another gem for Birdee. Part of our seven-game Top Row Typing: Level One Series.
Time to branch out with letters R, U, F, J, E, I, D, and K! Squirrel leaps from tree to tree to collect nuts while your child logs valuable touch typing practice in this fun game. Part of our seven-game Top Row Typing: Level One Series.
Whoa! Your typing skills fly in this top row touch typing game as you practice keys W and O. Each correctly typed letter means a nut for hungry Squirrel. Part of our seven-game Top Row Typing: Level One Series.
So fly! Your child's skills soar with practice. Type R, U, E, I, W, and O to feed hungry squirrel, and get valuable touch typing practice. Part of our seven-game Top Row Typing: Level One Series.
Mind your Ps and Qs — but don't be afraid to go nuts! Each correctly typed Q and P in this top row typing game means another nut in Squirrel's belly. Part of our seven-game Top Row Typing: Level One Series.

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