Does Typesy have appropriate content suitable for kids?

We are interested to have a typing program that have appropriate content as we are protecting our student. Can we rely on Typesy about this?


Yes, Typesy has transdisciplinary content. We provide engaging material that crosses the disciplines of a standards-based curriculum and teaches both typing and Common Core material in language arts, math, social studies, and science.

Best Regards,
Lyka Remeticado
Community Associate at Typesy

Hello, @chadmair!

We agree - the safety and privacy of students should always be top priority. Typesy protects both in a number of ways, allowing you to feel comfortable using the program with your students.

For one, Typesy is ad-free. Since you have no control over which ads will be seen, having them in an educational program setting can be quite risky. You never know what type of content will pop up in front of the learner. Typesy does not rely on advertisement revenue so is able to provide you with an ad free experience. This ensures your students are exposed to typing practice and nothing else. Without constant distractions from unrelated ads, your students are able to focus on learning.

Additionally, the educational content on Typesy assures your students will only be exposed to age level appropriate content. Typesy has over 2,500 common-core standards-based lessons, so your students will be learning to type while engaging in fun, differentiated lessons in science, social studies, ELA, and math.


You should absolutely feel safe to rely on Typesy!

Since Typesy is ad-free, your student will never be exposed to external content, nor will external companies have access to your student’s data. Your student privacy and data is kept safe.

Alex (The Reimagined Classroom Teacher)

Is there a way I can review the content before my children go through it?

I had the same question !!
Thx for bringing up the topic !

Hello there, @twhite68!

Great question. If you navigate over to the main Typesy website, you’ll be able to see examples and screen grabs from each of the types of curricula. There are also videos on YouTube should you want to see the program in action.

Depending on which curriculum you’re looking at, you may have the option to customize your kids’ lessons. You can load in your own text so that your kids practice typing with phrases and stories you created for them. So even though I don’t think you’ll find any issue with the suitability of Typesy, you always have the option of customization!

Alex (The Reimagined Classroom Teacher)

Thank you, Alex! I appreciate the quick response.

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