Do you ever have trouble taking the amazing story you have in mind, and putting it on the page? A lot of us have QB/SFs, or “Quick brain/slothful fingers syndrome.” Some of us have problems with writing because we have all of these great ideas but just can’t speed up our fingers enough to get a nice rhythm in typing.
My sister has QB/SFs, so sometimes she asks me to type her stories for her. I love to help her, but her stories are something that should be special and created by her, not by me.
In my opinion, typing is a very important skill. Sometimes people got the training when they were in their early stages of life, but never learned the proper technique so they have problems developing a smooth rhythm.
Below, I have come up with typing programs that can help improve everyone’s abilities! I hope you find this helpful, and happy typing!
Typing Resources For Students
EDU Typing– “EduTyping is the #1 trusted solution for teaching over two million students a year the skill of typing.”
Typing Club:– “It is web-based and highly effective. TypingClub is (and will always be) free for both individuals and schools. There is an optional paid school edition.”
Typing.com– “Keyboarding, Digital Literacy, & Coding. Powerful District & Classroom Management. FREE for Everyone!”
Dance Mat Typing– “Welcome to Dance Mat Typing, a fun way to learn touch typing.”
Nitro Type: “Improve your typing skills while competing in fast-paced races with up to 5 types from around the world. Compete against your friends, earn new cars, track your scores, and so much more… all for free!”
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