Keyboard Classroom has helped thousands of children learn to type. Any student, including those with learning disabilities, can use Keyboard Classroom to learn proper methods of typing that are invaluable for school and for the rest of their lives.
See what students, parents, and teachers are saying about Keyboard Classroom:
“He can be as good or better than any other kid. Being able to type, he can show how good he is to everybody else.”
“This keyboard program is the best I’ve seen in nearly thirty years as a special education teacher. The practice exercises in content and in form, virtually guarantee the student will experience success. Most of my students eagerly work on their “menu” each day.”
“My younger son was receiving occupational therapy to help with fine motor skills and although typing was being taught in school he had made little progress. Within two weeks of using the program William was beaming when showing his new found skill. The occupational therapist was so amazed at his progress that she called me at home. Now three months into the program he is gaining confidence every day and sees the keyboard as a way to communicate his thoughts in writing.”
“My son became an independent typist in a year and a half of regular practice. He began in the middle of his 3rd grade year. As a 4th grader, he typed his entire Spring report by himself. Thank you.”
“It really helps me type because I can go at my own pace and it’s more interesting than other programs and I don’t get bored. I like that it doesn’t show me how fast I am, because that would put me under pressure. But I can tell I’m getting better.”