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ASDF and More

KazTyping may be the key to learning in the 21-st century, but too many kids and teachers still hunt and peck, using one finger at a time. The answer is KAZ’s Learn to Type, a simple but effective program for five year olds and older that promises to teach the fundamentals of keyboarding in an hour and a half of keyboard work. At any time you can test each child’s proficiency with 20 random phrases. There’s a downloadable demo and the program costs $28 per student to use.


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