There's no place like the home row! In this lesson, students will learn how to type using the keys in the home row of a computer keyboard. Kids will exercise proper finger placement, accuracy, and fluency in this collection of teacher-approved typing games.
The home row refers to the center row of a keyboard. New typers use the homerow as a point of reference for how to position their hands when they are using a computer. This lesson will help your students learn how to type letters in the home row with accuracy, fluency, and even a little bit of fun.
Looking for more bottom row keyboarding practice? Repetitive practice will help your children develop muscle memory! These bottom row keyboarding games slowly integrate symbols to help your child create complete sentences. To end the lesson, children will get to combine all the letters from every row to make words!
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.
This typing lesson helps kids practice typing using keys in the top row of a computer keyboard. Using a series of interactive exercises, kids will gain confidence typing top row keys with speed and accuracy. Encourage your students to become more independent computer users with this top row typing lesson.
Help your child practice typing the bottom row keys individually and in combination with each other accurately and quickly with these gem mining and flying squirrel typing games. Need a tip? Placing thumbs onto the space bar is a great reminder to help your child have good keyboarding form.