Kindergarten - recognize letter locations, begin using two hands on the keyboard
First Grade - use two hands more consistently on the keyboard, recognize home row and basic reaches for space bar and return keys
Second Grade - use two hands on the correct side of the keyboard, able to type home row keys and common reaches
Third - Sixth Grades - type with eyes on the monitor, hands on home row and touch typing; increasing their speed each year with less errors
Fourth Grade News Sites
Fourth graders have been working on creating their own web sites about Fairy Tale news. Stay tuned for more details!
Kindergarten through Second Grades
Students are currently developing their mouse and arrow key skills through various activities.
Students have been working on their power of observation by solving hidden object puzzles and creating their own hidden object scenes.
Fourth through Sixth Grades
Improving their keyboarding skills is the objective for the students.
When fifth graders have completed the daily lessons, they work on a Name Tangle art project.
Sixth graders are also learning about the nine different aspects of being a good digital citizen.