What are Finger Guides, you ask?

Sometimes the best inventions are the most simple and straightforward.  Teaching a student how to type, teaching anyone how to type, can be only as effective as their motivation!

Keyboard Classroom has developed a unique product called Finger Guides. These Guides attach to a standard computer keyboard with velcro pads and guide a student’s fingers to the correct keys, allowing them to learn touch-typing without incorrect, error-prone moves. Learners want to look at their fingers.  It’s only natural and in our case, it’s OK at first.  But we wanted a way to insure that they would also use the proper finger placement and not resort to hunting and pecking with their index fingers.

So we invented these simple plastic Finger Guides.  You attach them to a typical keyboard, placing them diagonally between the “W” and the “E” on the left side, and the “I” and the “O” on the right.  By placing the middle and ring fingers on either side of each guide, hands are guaranteed to stay in the correct position.

We’ll ship you a free set of Finger Guides with every purchase of Keyboard Classroom.

It’s just that simple.

For more information on our typing program Keyboard Classroom and a picture of our exclusive Finger Guides, go to www.KeyboardClassroom.com

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