[aisle] Typing apps, sites, products for Elementary

Renee Brown brownr at cusd305.org
Thu Jun 20 22:28:02 CDT 2019

I have been teaching keyboarding in elementary school for several years. It
is recommended to begin typing at third grade but I introduce the 2nd
graders to Dance Mat Typing at the end of the year. We have used Type to
Learn (paid) up until this new school year but have decided to replace it
with typing.com. Typing.com is the free platform of the (paid) edutyping.com.
Typing.com allows you to create classes and print reports. I like it.

Renee Brown
*School Library Media Specialist*
*Learn and Serve Team Coordinator*
Atwood-Hammond Elementary School

[image: Image result for school of information sciences]

*        (Class of 2011)*

On Thu, Jun 20, 2019 at 3:54 PM Michelle Harris via AISLE <
aisle at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:

> My elementary school would like to begin teaching typing.  I am interested
> in your recommendations for typing apps, sites (both free and paid) and
> products.
> Our school is 1:1 Chromebooks.  Thanks for your help!
> --
> Michelle Harris
> District Librarian
> Heyworth CUSD #4
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