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WINDOWS PROGRAMS:

Program Description
Miss Sue's Keyboard Fun

Contains two parts, Keyboard Fun and Spelling Fun

Keyboard Fun encourages children to learn the keyboard, by matching keys to pictures, and to be rewarded with sight and sound. The keyboard layout on the screen is colored to match the keyboard, and upper or lower case letters can be displayed

Spelling Fun takes this a step further, asking the child to type words with the same sights and sounds being presented for each letter. The list of words can be changed easily, so that the week's word list can be practiced. In this way the child learns where the keys are on the keyboard

Data collection shows what letters are typed, how long it took, and how many errors


Keyboard Explorer When a student presses any key on the keyboard, the picture and sound for that letter is shown.  This can be used to familiarize the student with the keyboard before moving up to Miss Sue’s Keyboard Fun.

IPAD APPS:

App Description

Keyboard Explorer KeyboardExplorer


When a key on the keyboard is pressed, a fun picture is shown and sound for that letter is played.

I can Spell LiteTypeAWord Lite


Unlike many other spelling apps, you create the word to be typed by the student. Each letter must be matched in turn for success.

I can SpellTypeAWord


Unlike many other spelling apps, you create the word to be typed by the student. Each letter must be matched in turn for success. Full version includes data collection and key colors

Keybaord FunKeyboardFun


Designed to encourage learning the placement of keys on the keyboard, by matching keys to pictures. Keys on each line are shown. Data collection and key coloring is included.

Typing FunTyping Fun

This takes Keyboard Fun a step further; asking the child to type words with the same sights and sounds being presented for each letter. The list of words can be changed easily, so that the week's word list can be practiced. Insert Dolch words at the touch of a button. Each word is spoken aloud. Once the word is typed correctly the child is rewarded with a ‘success’ picture and sound.