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Good Typing Skills


Finally, a way to stop students from looking at their keys when learning to touch type! I found some removable garage sale round stickers at Target. I cut each color as it coordinates to the typing text samples into quarters. I then place the ninety-degree angle corner facing the left of the key. This covers just enough of the key to hide the letter and as a bonus the keys look really colorful. I start by putting them on the machine that I will use when testing their alphabet technique and let the students know that this is where they will be tested. Soon many are asking for the covers and are amazed and thrilled when they can touch type. It allows them to gain confidence quickly!

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